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Video: Ohio Police Rescue Two Bucks from Cistern 24 November 2015


If you believe in Murphy's Law, then you'll already know that whatever can go wrong, will go wrong. When this includes leaving a cistern full of old, bitter water, we can expect that eventually something will fall in it. In this case, that happened to be not one, but two bucks.

Officers of the Wickliffe Police Department in Ohio were called to perform a very careful extraction of the two deer.

"This video is from November 10, 2015 at about 4:30 pm," the police department wrote on Facebook. "Two patrol officers were able to pull two deer free from a cistern full of bitter cold...

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Archery as a School Sport? NASP Delivers Excite... 24 November 2015

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Archery takes the cake these days as students’ most anticipated class, making recess and lunch the favorite classes of school days past. Thousands of students each year shoot archery as part of their daily school curriculum, thanks to the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP). It’s like PE, but better. Mathews Archery and the […]

The post Archery as a School Sport? NASP Delivers Excitement and Fun appeared first on Archery 360.


Biologists: Elk, Deer Act as Buffer Between Wol... 24 November 2015

Healthy elk and deer populations may the keep wolves at bay, but what happens when ungulate numbers take a dip?

Biologists have long studied the correlation between the health of wild ungulate populations and that of wolf depredation on livestock and pets. With wolves being removed from state protections in Oregon, biologists reminded residents that elk and deer essentially act as a buffer between wolves and domestic animals. Wolves prefer to prey on elk, but they are not picky predators. If elk or deer numbers are low due to a rough winter, the predators will begin to target more cattle and sheep---and even the occasional pet.

According to experts in Oregon, it might be worth increasing the ungulate...

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