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Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:24 AM CST

In the span of about 20 minutes in a pickup riding around Chesapeake Farms, we see several deer, three blue herons, scores of ducks and geese, and a dozen wild turkeys. If that weren’t enough, as we slowly roll down a gravel road at the edge of a wetland, manager Mark Conner gives me the heads up.

“Now watch,” says Conner, who first came to the Maryland farm 30 years ago as a wildlife biology graduate student studying white tail deer. “We always see them back here this time of day.” Before I ...

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