OLYMPIA, Wash. -- Hungry deer in north-central Washington have resorted to grazing for food on apple trees, and the state Department of Fish and Wildlife here is looking for volunteers to help feed them before thousands of acres of orchard are destroyed. ers are being asked to donate money for food or provide land for feeding areas. The feeding program is expected to continue through March when the snow melts and deer can forage for themselves again.

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