Rich Landers

Volunteer Jim Jones, left, of the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council takes lessons from Jim Kujala, down on right, as they hit the ground to avoid flying hooves of a 175-pound buck they’re releasing after it was trapped and fitted with a radio transmitter in January for a northeastern Washington whitetail research project being conducted by Woody Myers of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Standing are volunteers Jerry Woods, left, and Dave Ross.

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