by Kate Nelson, Communications Officer, MCG

A deer’s stomach ‘switches’ during the winter. Photo by Shelley Jones

A deer’s stomach ‘switches’ during the winter. Photo by Shelley Jones

I have seven new furry deer friends in my yard. They arrived shortly before the holidays and have remained for my family to watch, and wonder at, out our kitchen windows.

Every day they come and munch on the branches of our apple tree and nibble at the cedar hedges.

As the snow gets deeper, and deeper AND deeper, I have become more worried about my new friends.

Do they have enough to eat? Should I put out some apples? Some grain? Some hay?

When I posed ...

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