LETTERS: Thanks for doing nothing to save the starving deer, MNRF

Why can’t they bring in laid off firefighters to cut browse and limb trees for deer feed?

To the Expositor:

I would like to thank the MNRF for doing absolutely nothing to help our starving deer herds on Manitoulin Island.

I am watching deer starve to death every day in and around South Baymouth and nothing is being done to help them.

This catastrophe should be under the so-called deer management; why can’t they bring in laid off firefighters to cut browse and excavators to limb trees for deer feed? I have lost all respect for the MNRF and our governments for their wildlife managing—there is none. 

Bob Lewis 

South Baymouth