The condo we live in, is in one of four high rise towers, on about 30 acres of land on a hilltop. The community is fenced, with 24 hour security. The towers are on a flat spot on top of the hill, the land surrounding them is very hilly, with deep ravines and lots of trees. If they would cut some of the trees down I'd have a much better view, but the neighbors are rather attached to the trees, at least one of which dates back to when George Washington visited friends living on the hill top (he had dinner with friends here a week before he died.)
A couple of years ago the association replaced the perimeter fence, upgrading to a taller fence that is hard to climb. We have deer inside the fence. Either they slipped in through the front gate, jumped the 8 foot fence, or slipped in the back gate when the shuttle bus was coming or going. We occasionally see the deer, the deer drive the gardners batty, eating the flowers. I was out for a walk recently, with the camera in tow, looked down into one of the ravines, and she looked back at me. Rare to get a decent photo, the deer tend to be shy and or fast. On my Sunday morning walk, two fawns crossed the drive as I watched.
Getting the deer out of the community is a problem, there are over 2,000 people living on these 30 acres, and we are surrounded by residential neighborhoods, making "hunting" not an option. They called in a professional "trapper" a couple of years ago, who successfully relocated the herd that was here at that time, he had to resort to sedating one with a blow-dart. There was an uproar about that, this year the management seems to be taking a live and let live approach.
Have you tried venison?