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Foraging in Old Forge

Deer are part of the tourist traffic in this busy southern Adirondack hamlet. ‘It’s a ticklish issue,’ town supervisor says

October 17, 2009
By PETER CROWLEY, Enterprise Managing Editor

On Sept. 22, our outdoors writer, Mike Lynch, was driving down state Route 28 on his way to an Associated Press journalism conference in Syracuse (where, by the way, he picked up a first-place award for best beat coverage in papers of less than 25,000 circulation) when he noticed that deer were all over downtown Old Forge: crossing in traffic, grazing on lawns and bushes, and showing little fear of the steady stream of cars and pedestrians going by and sometimes stopping to gawk at them.



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