Deer trapping study by Pennsylvania Game Commission taking place in Lehigh Valley March 5, 2012, Allentown

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"We're trapping deer to get mortality rates and to see where they're moving throughout the year," [Amanda Powell] explained, "so we're putting collars on them and ear tags into their ears... juvenile male deer sometimes travel up to 50 miles from their home range, and juvenile females are more likely to roam than adult females, although not as far as juvenile males....

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