In this August 15, 2012 photo, a Blackmail buck looks up after feasting on grapevines in a backyard vineyard near Langley, Wash. The area is surrounded by an eight-foot-high fence but it was of little use that day because the property owner forgot to close one of the gates. Some of the most frequently asked questions from people new to gardening concern predators, like how to deal with foraging deer that have voracious appetites. (AP Photo/Dean Fosdick)

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In this August 15, 2012 photo, a Blackmail buck looks up after feasting on grapevines in a backyard vineyard near Langley, Wash. The area is surrounded by an eight-foot-high fence but it was of little use that day because the property owner forgot to close one of the gates. Some of the most frequently asked questions from people new to gardening concern predators, like how to deal with foraging deer that have voracious appetites. (AP Photo/Dean Fosdick)
In this August 15, 2012 photo, a Blackmail buck looks up after feasting on grapevines in a backyard vineyard near Langley, Wash. The area is surrounded by an eight-foot-high fence but it was of little use that day because the property owner forgot to close one of the gates. Some of the most frequently asked questions from people new to gardening concern predators, like how to deal with foraging deer that have voracious appetites. (AP Photo/Dean Fosdick)
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