Deer Recovery Room
Taryn Gal found a humane role in the cull.
From the February, 2018 issue
When Taryn Gal said she'd help out with the city's deer sterilization effort, she had no idea she'd be sitting in the middle of the woods under a blanket with a wild animal in minus 8-degree weather. "I was pretty clueless about different roles for volunteers," she says. "Last year I was the only volunteer who wasn't an experienced hunter or vet," and so
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