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Natural Selections: Deer in Winter

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Deer usually yard up in the winter, living in groups in cedar swamps and other locales where browse is plentiful. But when the pickings (and the deer) grow thin, they'll graze as high as they can reach, right up to the wall of your house. Martha Foley and Dr. Curt Stager talk about whitetails and white weather.

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