New Yorkers Seek to Save 'Ghost Deer' In upstate New York, a U.S. Army fence helped create what may be the largest population of white deer in the world. Brenda Tromblay of member station WXXI says the Army gave up the weapons depot where the "ghost deer" live, but locals are trying to protect the herd.
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New Yorkers Seek to Save 'Ghost Deer'

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New Yorkers Seek to Save 'Ghost Deer'

New Yorkers Seek to Save 'Ghost Deer'

New Yorkers Seek to Save 'Ghost Deer'

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In upstate New York, a U.S. Army fence helped create what may be the largest population of white deer in the world. Brenda Tromblay of member station WXXI says the Army gave up the weapons depot where the "ghost deer" live, but locals are trying to protect the herd.