White Buffalo, the company hired to sharpshoot 300 deer in Town and Country this winter, has finished sharpshooting.
According to Town and Country Police Captain Gary Hoelzer, White Buffalo wrapped up Friday evening.
Hoelzer said a total of 288 deer were killed in the process.
"As far as the actual management program, we had no issues," Hoelzer "As far as the project and on our actual sites, I think it went very well."
Hoelzer said now he is waiting to see the population estimates as a result of the culling. The Missouri Department of Conservation will have the final figures next week.
"We're trying to get down in the area of 36 deer per square mile this first year and I think we've been successful, but we'll know more in the next week," Hoelzer tell Patch.
Two sharpshooters worked in Town and Country for the majority of the project and a third sharpshooter came in last Friday.
With the deer management program wrapped up, Hoelzer tells Patch residents should no longer hear gunshots.
Hoelzer said if residents have questions or concerns, they should call 911 or the West Central Dispatch Center at 314 737-4600.
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