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    What a long strange trips its been

    Followed this study for a few years now - interesting animals these mule deer..


    http://www.uwyo.edu/uw/news/2018/04/...searchers.html

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    Great article thanks for sharing it. I recently re-watched 'Touching The Wild' and they really are interesting and intelligent animals.

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    Wow that's something. Thank for sharing. Go Pokes!

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    great info, thanks for sharing.

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    I've been following and supporting the study with a few $. I really enjoy all the updates they do. I find it facinating. Thanks for sharing.

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    Mule deer are amazing animals.

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    Just amazing. I've personally seen elk migrate hundreds of miles and nearly 50 for the rut. Cool to see this with muleys

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    Very cool. Thanks for posting.

    I'm glad to see them putting in overpasses and underpasses for migrating animals. I feel this is money well spent. Animals are really using these things. Highways are big killers of migrating animals.

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    Very cool. Thanks for sharing
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    That doe is crazy, wow what an amazing bit of research!

 

 

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