Key Deer are taking a big step forward

From a population count of less than 50 individuals in the 1950s to between 500 and 700 individuals currently, the Key deer, with the help of the local and national government through the National Key Deer Refuge located on Big Pine Key in the Florida Keys, are staging their comeback. (Photos by Katie Sikora)

From a population count of less than 50 individuals in the 1950s to between 500 and 700 individuals currently, the Key deer, with the help of the local and national government through the National Key Deer Refuge located on Big Pine Key in the Florida Keys, are staging their comeback. (Photos by Katie Sikora)

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