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In the fall of 1992, a friend and I drove east to hunt mule deer. In places like Joseph and Enterprise, and out past Post and Paulina, we counted hundreds of deer in one day. Herds of 50 or a hundred does with small bucks in the mix and always a big mule deer buck tucked up on a butte. It opened my eyes.

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An old growth juniper tree with its roots in an ancient spring.

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What are the cumulative effects of solar farms? What about glint and glare? Can proposed projects be built without affecting big game migratio…

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Proposed solar farms also threaten cultural sites.

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The Oregon solar plan targets 10% solar in 10 years, which will require hundreds of thousands of acres of solar arrays. Where do you find chea…

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When deer are pushed out of core winter habitat, they have to try to make a living somewhere else, creating conflicts in suburban environments.

"The Elk Arrive" (The Observer, Dec. 16) provides information about 10 local elk feeding stations operated by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Elk are fed to keep them out of ranchers’ haystacks. Many ranchers graze cattle on public lands in summer while their lower private land grows hay.