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Subject: deer
From: michael hunter <>
Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2015 21:58:26 +0000
Re deer in Western Sydney
Mulgoa Valley has healthy populations of both Fallow and Red Deer,  has had for 
decades.  Some may have been escapees from “Fernhill” which had captive deer, 
and there have been deer farms in the area over the years.

There are also wild goats and pigs closer to the Nepean River, not to mention 
feral cats.

                                   Cheers  Michael
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