Earlier today, WestportNow.com posted a very intriguing aerial photo:
It’s an infrared radar survey of Westport’s deer population. Of course!
The 5-hour nighttime survey was taken March 10 by Vision Air Research of Boise, Idaho. According to WestportNow, 589 deer were found in 203 groups, ranging from “1-8 individuals.”
A few thoughts:
- I did not know that deer were “individuals.”
- If there is no turquoise dot near where I live, who is eating my bushes?
- Why are deer only in Westport, and not Weston, Fairfield or Norwalk?