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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Relocating the Columbian white-tailed deer

Doug Meyers, right, Wildlife Biologist at the refuge, demonstrates the proper way to bind the deer's hooves in a figure 8 pattern so to not injure or tangle it. So far, 14 deer have been moved without injury or death.

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