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  • Conservation Officer Rescues Deer Tangled in Baling Twine

    It wasn’t an average day at the office for Idaho Fish and Game Conservation Officer John McLain when he encountered a white-tailed buck tangled in baling twine. In August, McLain received a call about an entangled buck near Orofino, and he went to investigate it. Finding the buck, he turned on his body-mounted camera and thought, "This might be a video of me getting my butt kicked, or it might turn out all right.” Video courtesy of Idaho Fish and Game

It wasn’t an average day at the office for Idaho Fish and Game Conservation Officer John McLain when he encountered a white-tailed buck tangled in baling twine. In August, McLain received a call about an entangled buck near Orofino, and he went to investigate it. Finding the buck, he turned on his body-mounted camera and thought, "This might be a video of me getting my butt kicked, or it might turn out all right.” Video courtesy of Idaho Fish and Game Idaho Fish and Game ccripe@idahostatesman.com
It wasn’t an average day at the office for Idaho Fish and Game Conservation Officer John McLain when he encountered a white-tailed buck tangled in baling twine. In August, McLain received a call about an entangled buck near Orofino, and he went to investigate it. Finding the buck, he turned on his body-mounted camera and thought, "This might be a video of me getting my butt kicked, or it might turn out all right.” Video courtesy of Idaho Fish and Game Idaho Fish and Game ccripe@idahostatesman.com

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