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Texas deer round-up by helicopter

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This is some pretty good flying and coordination.

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This one has the camera on the copter -








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Re: Texas deer round-up by helicopter

Kind of hate to see them turning those horned rats loose after reading this:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081030/...r_deer_crashes

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Re: Texas deer round-up by helicopter

KTA!

Once you see the misery these cute little things cause, you realize the plague they are.

They didn't name it "BAM-bi" for nothing...

I love deer recipes. It is healthy....so, why not allow proper "control"? This is another Guvamint oversight.... we have to do something!

Last year, a friend was visiting and we rode the 3 sisters.. after a while we stopped at "Stonehedge"... and he asked.. "What do you feed these deer to cause them to explode like that?"

I replied..


Dodge.

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Re: Texas deer round-up by helicopter

My MD works only part time now, 30 hours a week & spends the rest of his time @ his cabin in the Methow valley, near Winthrop WA. He has treated many victims of vehicle vs deer crashs, near his cabin. He says that there only 2 kinds of residents in that area, those who have hit a deer & those who will hit a deer.
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Maybe the gov't could kill all the deer, cut them up, and give the meat to the homeless-illegal-unlicensed plumbers. Or is that too socialist?

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Maybe the gov't could kill all the deer, cut them up, and give the meat to the homeless-illegal-unlicensed plumbers. Or is that too socialist?
Not the Government. We have a little place here called Christ's Kitchen that works on donations to make a soup line for the homeless and the law a few years ago stopped all donations from deer that was hit by a car or even shot during hunting season. You can donate from your own home garden but you cannot donate day old bread from the local store anymore.

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