Family Tree by Signe Wilkinson

Family Tree

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  1. AshburnStadium

    AshburnStadium said, over 1 year ago

    The Philadelphia area has an overabundance of deer. Valley Forge National Historical Park is a great example.
    When I lived just north of Philly, dead deer carcasses alongside the road were a daily occurrence.
    Now that I live near Hershey, I’ve seen 4 dead deer carcasses along the road in the 2 years that I have lived here. The rednecks that live here complain that there are no deer to hunt.

  2. cgresq

    cgresq said, over 1 year ago

    deer in the Northwest are like mice they’re everywhere. We used to leave our trampoline up all year and in winter the deer used it as a tent to sleep under out of the snow usually no less than 5 or 6 of em, in our backyard . gotta love that country living.

  3. pgates4

    pgates4 said, over 1 year ago

    You think you have problems in the East. Try the moose problems in Alaska. When moose are in the neighborhoods in Anchorage, people bring the dogs in and stay indoorsl! These creatures not only eat your flowers- they charge you! And they are huge!

  4. georgelcsmith

    georgelcsmith said, over 1 year ago

    There are plenty of deer here in South Texas. During the worst of the drought, they were eating plants that they’re not supposed to like and even some that had been sprayed with deer repellent. They change where they sleep every night, but I’ve had them in my wooded front yard and in the woods in the far back. The’re welcome to my grass, but not my good shrubs and trees. They usually wait beside the road for cars to go by, but one just stood his ground and made me stop the other day. He must not have been a local

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