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    Mule deer migration

    Thought this was cool

    http://vimeo.com/88619272
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Thought this was cool

    http://vimeo.com/88619272

    Very interesting, thanks for sharing! Never knew they traveled that far.

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    That was cool! There were some good bucks in that video too!
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    I heard about that on the radio. Good find on the video. There are some good shots of the fences and crossings they put in along part of that route to cut down on the roadkill. That is some pretty good quality video. I had no idea that they migrated that far. No refuges or anything on the route I guess. The cows drift down from the mountains on their own over there, too. http://www.pinedaleonline.com/news/2...RiverDrift.htm.

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    Great video! Amazing how far animals will go!


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    That's just an awesome video. Thanks for sharing. I had no idea that deer would migrate to that extent.

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    It's amazing that their migration has been going on for years without modern day biologists/game managers noticing it was happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mt-mike View Post
    It's amazing that their migration has been going on for years without modern day biologists/game managers noticing it was happening.
    I don't think the biologists/game managers are quite as dumb on this stuff as you're giving them credit for!

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    That was a cool video. Thanks for sharing.

 

 

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