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Thinking about Deer Browse ‘Cause it’s Hunting Season
There are a few local legends about how deer first came to live on Nantucket that range from deer swimming from the Cape (16 miles at the shortest point) to deer being purposefully brought to the island in the 1920s … Continue reading
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