St. Louis Suburb Weighs Deer Hunting at Six Flags
EUREKA (AP) - Aldermen in the St. Louis County town of Eureka are considering a plan to allow limited deer hunting at Six Flags St. Louis.
KMOX Radio reports that the proposal would allow Six Flags employees to hunt deer with bows and arrows on land around the amusement park during deer hunting season.
Six Flags marketing director Ron McKenzie says deer are often seen at the park, but usually stay away when guests are there. McKenzie says hunting is part of culture in Missouri and that's why the park wants to allow its employees to hunt deer there.