Report Pink Deer
The Fairfax County Wildlife Biologist Office maintains a ‘4-Poster’ treated deer recording system and would like to be informed of any pink deer, or other wildlife, found in the county that have been treated with pesticide.
The information residents provide is very important for us to maintain a record of deer, and other wildlife, treated with the pesticide from a ‘4-Poster’ deer treatment station and to observe the movement of treated deer in the county during the pilot study.
Do not touch, handle or feed wild animals. Direct contact with wild animals should be avoided at all times. For the safety of our wildlife and human residents - Keep wild animals wild.
If you observe animals marked with pink dye, please call 703-246-6868 or contact Wildlife Biologist Staff by email.
How To Submit A Pink Deer Sighting Report By Email
Contact the Environmental
Technician or Wildlife Biologist
Enter “Pink Deer Sighting” in Subject Heading of email.
In Body of the email provide the following information for our
Your Name and Contact phone number
Date and address where animal was observed
Type and Description of Animal observed (e.g. deer, raccoon,
- Your Name and Contact phone number
- Please include ALL of the above requested information before submitting email for our records.