Don’t be blissfully ignorant

Support for a cull would have more credibility if those voicing it did so with full information.

Unlike the person whose letter was published in the Oak Bay News (Letter not helpful or humourous, Sept. 25), I believe videos or photos of deer being humanely culled would be informative for those who think this may be a good idea.

People who loudly proclaim that deer who dare to eat their ornamental plants must be culled should, logically, welcome full information as to what that process involves.

Support for a cull would have more credibility if those voicing it did so with full information.

Ignorance is never in the community’s best interests.

Audrey Driscoll

Oak Bay