Hungry deer can be deterred by odd sounds, smells, netting, or sudden bright lights. Scent based deterrents like grated Irish Spring soap will work for awhile until the deer get used to the smell. The same goes for hanging aluminum pie tins or bells. I like the idea of a solar powered motion based light. The light startles the deer so they flee. However deer will get used to any of these. Your best bet would be to switch deterrents once a week or so. For instance, move the light, change the scent source, or switch from hanging bells to lights.
All this sounds like a lot of work. Hungry deer will even eat plants that are considered not on the menu. If you like a woodland setting, you should be prepared for the wildlife that lives in such an area.