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Critter Videos

Here at the International Handyman Headquarters we like to keep track of our
local critter population. Especially when deer appear unbidden and unannounced
at all hours of the night and day.

To see an early example consider this insouciant family group of three Cervidae quietly
browsing early one morning not more than a hundred yards from heavy road construction
equipment.

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Recently, in the last few weeks, there have been other appearances in downtown urban
Raleigh, such as this daylight romp down the middle of a quiet residential neighborhood.

Or two nocturnal visits to sample the clover found in a carefully groomed North Hills
neighborhood lawn.

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Hard to believe but true, Raleigh now has an urban deer herd.

These three guys were in the middle of a heavy traffic, high density residential
neighborhood surrounded by road construction and oblivious to dump trucks, city buses,
tree crews and other noise and commotion common to modern city life.

North Clift neighborhood 05/17/16 at about 8 AM.

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In a previous episode, the world’s largest cat scratch post was unveiled.

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Today video of the cat post in use. Not as dynamic as I would have liked,
but the cat sensed the cameras were rolling and did not want to show off.

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