Woman helps injured animals
HERRICK (AP) — The trick with heeding the call of the wild is knowing which direction it's coming from.
For six roughly year-old orphan whitetail deer suddenly given the opportunity recently to hightail it out of the loving arms of wildlife rehabilitator Anne Eddings, freedom's siren song was getting a bit scrambled.
After all, this barn on Eddings' home in the country near Herrick had been their refuge for most of their lives, since they were brought to her by various venison well-wishers after being found alone and helpless.
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