North Bank Habitat near Roseburg a haven for Columbia white-tailed deer February 16, 2014 Oregon

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... Columbia white-tailed deer once roamed most of Western Oregon. But as pioneers began farming the deer’s favored valley habitat the whitetails gradually lost ground to their larger, black-tailed cousins from the uplands. By 1970 fewer than 700 of the endangered breed survived...  a comeback, thanks in part to the North Bank Habitat Management Area, a 10-square-mile preserve overlooking the North Umpqua River near Roseburg...


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