Yes that was pretty handy to my part of the province. We've had very little snow this year so they stand out.
Last week driving home on a sunny afternoon a neighbours fields are about a mile long and there were about 50-75 deer eating in them in 3 roughly equal sized groups.
They absolutely decimate the underbrush here due to browsing. We have a former government biologist on the news all the time wanting more and more woods protected for the deer. Up until 1900 or so we didn't have any deer here, only woodland caribou and moose. Now we have a tick invasion and deer spreading a brain wasting disease.
I'm only slightly biased because a lot of do gooders feed them right by the road and hundreds a year are hit on our 15 mile stretch of road. Get sick of the vehicle repairs.
Interesting link to piebald deer also on the news page.