Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Saving our Key deer

Natives of the Florida Keys have cherished glimpses of Key deer over the years, although protective roadside fencing means we see them less now than we used to. They are found only in the Florida Keys, mostly from Big Pine Key to Bahia Honda. Due to poaching and urbanization, their population in the 1950s dropped to an estimated 50 or fewer, and their protection was a major inclusion in the End...

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