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Fawn indicates its approval for conservation measure

This young fawn was photographed on the tailing piles at Holden Village above Lake Chelan, Wash., on July 9, 1997. The pine tree was planted to stop chemicals from leaching out of the piles. The Holden Mine was once profitable copper, gold and zinc mine located 10 miles up Railroad Creek on the south shore of Lake Chelan, Wash.  (Associated Press)
This young fawn was photographed on the tailing piles at Holden Village above Lake Chelan, Wash., on July 9, 1997. The pine tree was planted to stop chemicals from leaching out of the piles. The Holden Mine was once profitable copper, gold and zinc mine located 10 miles up Railroad Creek on the south shore of Lake Chelan, Wash. (Associated Press)

WILDLIFE --This young fawn was photographed on the tailing piles at Holden Village above Lake Chelan, Wash. The pine tree was planted to stop chemicals from leaching out of the piles. The Holden Mine was once profitable copper, gold and zinc mine located 10 miles up Railroad Creek on the south shore of Lake Chelan, Wash.



Rich Landers
Rich Landers joined The Spokesman-Review in 1977. He is the Outdoors editor for the Sports Department writing and photographing stories about hiking, hunting, fishing, boating, conservation, nature and wildlife and related topics.

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