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Corey Heath, biologist for the Deschutes district of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, said the department estimates that 5,748 mule deer live in the Metolius range, a significant decline from population totals in the 1970s and earlier.
Shepherdsfield, his nonprofit church that hosts weddings and other events, was in violation of a Deschutes County provision designed to protect mule deer and other wildlife.
It was first identified in 1967 as a clinical disease in captive mule deer in Colorado.
But these two guys – uncle Joe and nephew Scott who have bagged deer, mule deer, elk and just about everything else that runs, walks, crawls or swims – had been on the Waccamaw River near Georgetown for almost 24 hours straight.
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