Taking up residence in Harlem's Jackie Robinson Park, this young white-tail deer buck is the neighborhood's newest and most talked about neighbor. Learn more about our solo furry friend in this video from the New York Times.
For the past two weeks or so, an adult male white-tailed deer in apparently good health has roamed a strip of steep, rocky woods in the park, about 10 blocks long and no more than a couple of hundred feet wide. He seems to spend a lot of his time around the corner of 145th Street and Edgecombe Avenue, near a bodega and a block from a subway entrance. The carrots and celery that people slip through the fence there could have something to do with it.
Check out the accompanying article for more info.
via New York Times
Something wrong with this post? Let us know!
Shop Related Products…
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.