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Thread: Deer Rescued in Dorset

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    Deer Rescued in Dorset

    Just seen this on Daily Mail online

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...liff-edge.html
    Life should be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving skidding in sideways, Merlot in one hand, Cigar in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming WOO HOO what a ride!

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    "The RSPCA said the deer would be released back into the wild."

    But surely you need a special license to release a Sika into the wild!
    MS

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    Made a nice change for them rather than rescuing the normal lemmings that end up on the rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey Spanker View Post
    "The RSPCA said the deer would be released back into the wild."

    But surely you need a special license to release a Sika into the wild!
    MS

    I think that the same applies to Grey Squirrels but that doesn't stop them, they seem to consider themselves above the law and guardians of it at the same time. Their relationship with the CPS needs investigation.........

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    I agree with Patrick RSPCA think they are above the law

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    It was a jolly good show all round.
    Mr Wild, the Cox, to whom it was released, was very pleased with the final result.
    Apart from the training aspect, all the crew were invited to the Cox's house for dinner, Venison was on the menu

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    Does it not state somewhere that the Deer can be released back where it was found injured. If that is the case then they could release it at the top of the cliffs where it could then run on to a patch my mate shoots. It might then be lucky enough to stay around till Nov when it may become the cox's dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zazzydog View Post
    Does it not state somewhere that the Deer can be released back where it was found injured. If that is the case then they could release it at the top of the cliffs where it could then run on to a patch my mate shoots. It might then be lucky enough to stay around till Nov when it may become the cox's dinner.
    Casualty deer can be released under certain circumstances.
    It tells you all about it here:
    http://wildlife1.wildlifeinformation...ase_m_deer.htm

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    I've never heard of ''ready salted'' deer before. Save all that marinating as well.

    Regards, Tyke.

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    MS do you spend you whole day surfing the net for info on deer or is it just while you are waiting for students to crash or shoot something they shouldn't.

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