Outdoors
OUTDOORS Capital City Weekly Southeast Alaska hosts an array of accessible and eatable flora and fauna species. Sitka black-tailed deer are a commonly harvested animal in the region, upon which many residents rely as a primary food source. This is the fourth of a four part series focusing on the process of safely, ethically and efficiently harvesting the animals for food.

On the hunt: Hunter diary - processing

Reporter Amanda Compton skins the hide of a yearling deer.
Photo By Colin Shanley
Reporter Amanda Compton skins the hide of a yearling deer.
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