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Colorado woman feeds deer in video; State agency calls it ‘selfish’

It’s courtesy to offer food to guests. 

It’s illegal to do so in Colorado when the guest is big-game wildlife. 

Colorado Parks and Wildlife on Monday issued a reminder to the state after two “egregious” incidents of people feeding deer — one of which was recorded, with video of the incident released on Twitter by CPW’s Northeast Region. 

The video shows a woman referring to a buck using pet names like “sweetness” and “angel” and feeding it bread, carrots, apples and bananas. At one point in the video, there are two additional deer in the woman’s home. All of the deer appear to have been given names by the woman in the video. 

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