What the buck?
A Colorado woman has been charged for brazenly luring deer inside her home for feeding sessions. (SEE CLIP BELOW)
The two-minute video — shot by the perpetrator — shows the woman coaxing a massive 8-point buck and a doe inside her house with apples, carrots, bananas, bread and cereal.
The woman can be heard calling the animals by pet names like “Grizzly Man” as they nibble the treats right out of a carton on her living room table.
“Hi, my angel, come here,” she is heard cooing in the clip. “Hi, sweetie. Hi, my baby. Hi, sweets.”
This would-be deer whisperer has been charged for her venison feeding, an offense that carries a maximum penalty of $100.
Wildlife officials slammed her “egregious” deer delicatessen as “selfish and dangerous, for both animals and people, plus it is illegal. Let wildlife be wild. These animals are not pets.”
These egregious acts of feeding wildlife need to stop. It is selfish and dangerous, for both the animals and people, plus it is illegal.
Let wildlife be wild, these animals are not pets. pic.twitter.com/IK7FlDll5s
— CPW NE Region (@CPW_NE) February 10, 2020