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15 hours ago, MIB said:

 

Incorrect.   Safety is secondary.   It is because of water availability in the dry season and the effects of snow level in winter.    The predators come into town with the deer, they're no safer, maybe less safe, in town.   Assumptions will trip you up.

 

MIB

It would seem to me that like me you too are making assumptions as to why the deer are there in town.   Admittedly you live there,  but to disprove my assumption (I prefer to call it a theory) ,  you have to assume there are no predators in the mountains around there  and know what the deer are thinking.   

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I'd think that the vegetation along the roadside would get more sunlight later into the fall season and earlier in the spring.  Better eating along the road then.

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