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Seneca County, New York / White Deer #847204

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Dec 16, 2006
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(Studio: Sharyl Attkisson) Report introduced.

(Seneca County, New York: Bianca Solarzano) The rare white deer of Seneca County, New York, featured; scenes shown of the fenced-in former Army depot where the deer live; details given of the threat of development on the deer land. [Seneca White Deer Inc. Dennis MONEY†- says we have 300 white animals; explains how two white fawns multiplied & were protected; hopes we could market this as a conversation park.] [Seneca County Industrial Development Agency Glenn COOKE†- outlines development plans.] [OFFICIAL - hopes we can do both development & conservation.]

Attkisson, Sharyl;
Solarzano, Bianca

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