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Three Ohio Bucks Locked in Life—and Death. Why Is This Poetic?

A distressing scene to contemplate was recently recounted (with photos) in Field & Stream: [T]hree Ohio bucks somehow locked antlers while battling near a small creek. When one deer slid into a shallow pool, it sealed the fate for all three, … Continue reading

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Five Years Ago This Month: Deere and Deer in Yosemite Valley (August, 2004)

  Francis Bacon (from his 1625 essay “Of Nature in Men”): Nature is often hidden, sometimes overcome, seldom extinguished. Force maketh nature more violent in the return.   And this from Emerson’s “Self Reliance” (1841): Power is in nature the … Continue reading

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Deer and Deere: An Image of a Deer Alongside a Deere Earth Mover in Yosemite Valley, August 2004

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Old Drawing of Native Americans Hunting Deer

Native Americans hunting in camouflage.

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