Duke Forest is overrun with deer.
The solution: Bow hunting.
That's what's going on right now on much of the 7,000-acre forest, which doubles as a working laboratory for ecologists and other environmental scientists.
But the deer and their foraging have taken their toll on many plant species in this forest, and university officials turned to the hunt to thin the herd.
It's a move not done without controversy or concern.
Read more about it here.