A lot of that type of thing is going on in Baltimore/DC Metro and Philly and perhaps even Pittsburgh. There are actually organizations that reach out to property owners/communities to try to control the deer population. They must be licensed, abide by state rules and seasons, and must remove all gut piles when they harvest. It seems to be working. I too worry about shooting one and having it run off to die, or worse, wounding one and having an arrow sticking out of a deer that runs off to some "greenie's" place. Have a standing invite to hunt a place inside the DC beltway. They keep telling me about the big bucks and all the does in their yard eating their shrubs, and it's tempting. But you figure the average bow kill runs 100 yards or so before expiring, and they have a <1 acre lot bordered by a public park and walking trail. Yeah, I don't need the headaches.