White-Tailed Deer To Increase On Cherokee Reservation

(1/20/2014) The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in conjunction with the Morrow Mountain State park has struck a deal to increase the White Tailed Deer population in Cherokee.  The Cherokee Reservation will receive twenty-five to fifty white tailed deer every year for the next three years. The Project hopes to increase Cherokee’s dwindling deer population and help ease Morrow Mountain’s abundance of deer.