This doe can now eat and drink normally after a Fish and Wildlife team detached a peanut butter jar that had become lodged on its jaw, said Sandra Purcell, a resident of the Placer County community of Clipper Gap. The yellow tag on its ear may discourage hunters.
This doe can now eat and drink normally after a Fish and Wildlife team detached a peanut butter jar that had become lodged on its jaw, said Sandra Purcell, a resident of the Placer County community of Clipper Gap. The yellow tag on its ear may discourage hunters. Sandra Purcell
This doe can now eat and drink normally after a Fish and Wildlife team detached a peanut butter jar that had become lodged on its jaw, said Sandra Purcell, a resident of the Placer County community of Clipper Gap. The yellow tag on its ear may discourage hunters. Sandra Purcell