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Holden Arboretum completes deer sweep to preserve inner gardens August 26, 2015 Ohio

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Holden Arboretum completes deer sweep to preserve inner gardens August 26, 2015 Ohio, The News-Herald 
... More than 100 employees and volunteers gathered Aug. 24 to participate in the deer sweep, forming teams to cover the entire area of the arboretum’s enclosed section. It took about an hour and a half and resulted in the removal of three deer — one doe, one buck and one fawn ... Any remaining deer within the enclosure still have the opportunity to jump out through a deer gate...
     Deer roundup evicts plant-eating interlopers from Holden Arboretum's gardens August 25, 2015 Ohio, Cleveland Plain Dealer 
... Holden Arboretum ... a five-mile long, eight-foot tall deer-proof fence to protect the 233-acre central core gardens... "We're fencing them out so we don't have to shoot them." ... The $400,000 deer fence ... designed to replace the biannual erecting and tearing down of miles of temporary fencing around new trees ...

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