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and a few bucks

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Where would that animal have come from?

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1. It followed the Mass Pike

2. It came up the Emerald Necklace from the Blue Hills.

Definitely not a common sighting, but deer have come into Boston both ways.

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I was once delayed on the Ashmont-Mattapan High Speed Line while they attempted to move two large deer off the tracks between the stops. I am not a frequent enough rider of that line to know if that is a semi-common occurrence or not, but it seems like still too much of an urban area for deer to be a frequent sight.

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There's some decent deer habitat in the Fens, too.

But urban and suburban deer aren't particularly uncommon. My question is why there aren't more of them.

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Maybe they'll help the local coyote population out, though.

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