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Could hunters save animal-infested suburbia?

Deer rest in the backyard of an evacuated home as the Waldo Canyon Fire continues to burn Wednesday in Colorado Springs, Colo. (Associated Press)
Deer rest in the backyard of an evacuated home as the Waldo Canyon Fire continues to burn Wednesday in Colorado Springs, Colo. (Associated Press)

WILDLIFE — The good news: Wildlife populations in the U.S. have experienced an astonishing resurgence.

The bad news: All those animals are now our neighbors.

See the story: America Gone Wild in the Wall Street Journal.




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Rich Landers writes and photographs stories for a wide range of outdoors coverage, including a Sunday feature section and a Thursday column. He also writes the Outdoors Blog.

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