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Wednesday January 11th, 2012

Posted at 10:15am

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In recent months, deer have taken up home where neighborhoods once stood along the future route of the Windsor-Essex Parkway.

In Brighton Beach in the City’s far west side — where the new bridge to Delray Michigan will eventually be built — dozens of deer can be spotted on any given day.  All along the new Windsor-Essex Parkway displaced deer who once lived among the trees, have had to find a new place to take up residence.  Deer can commonly be seen as you drive along Huron Line.

This video shot by reader Michael Evans shows the deer of Brighton Beach


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