My friend and mentor who introduced me to stalking 30+ odd years ago, called me tonight with a problem, he was for many years a F.C. ranger responsible for culling huge numbers of deer during his career, a very experienced deerstalker who still maintains that when you think you have seen, or know it all, deer have the ability to make you rethink and adapt your proven strategies. Always a keen gardener producing a stunning array of flowerbeds in the middle of a busy market town, his past has come to haunt him, a young muntjac buck has discovered his tulips and daffodils and finds them delicious. Persistent chasing it from his garden, then into his neighbours, "and closing their gate behind it" hasn't worked. he is now constantly peering out of his window, hiding behind trees in the garden, then jumping into view, no longer frightens it away, he's somewhat of a midget to be honest, I think the munty may have thought he was a new garden gnome and no longer takes any notice, I could not help but see the funny side of this, he now has his own tame deer doing well on high protein fodder, within a sanctuary, safe from traffic, and no natural predators around, this "munty" I shall call him Cyril, could live till a long and healthy lifespan. I believe they can survive in such an environment for up to 12-13 years, hence the title Justice for deer, any thoughts on how we can (nicely) persuade Cyril to go elsewhere chaps, all input appreciated. deerwarden.