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

Deer in distress from peanut butter jar is freed, Placer resident says

July 12, 2018 10:09 AM