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Joe Hutto's remarkable ability to interact with wild creatures was previously portrayed in the award-winning NATURE film, My Life as a Turkey. His new wild family is made up of mule deer living high in the mountains near his home in Wyoming, and the extraordinary story of how he became one of them pushes once again at the boundaries of how we perceive wild animals.
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5.0

Celebrating the rarest of friendships

By Wildlife enthusiast

from Colorado

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Comments about PBS NATURE: Touching the Wild: Living with the Mule Deer of Deadman Gulch DVD:

A wondrous peek into the world of the mule deer. The remarkable friendship between Joe Hutto and the mule deer on his ranch is the rarest kind, where the years pass, but the memories of one another remain vivid, picking up right where they left off. He is right when he says he is privileged to have known the numerous individual deer in this special herd. Trust is such a rare commodity these days, among people as well as animals. It takes very special people to gain such trust, friendship and love from such sensitive and rightfully distrustful wild creatures. At once a heart-warming and heart-wrenching story.

 
4.0

Another fascinating look at a species

By mjg9129

from Buffalo, NY

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Comments about PBS NATURE: Touching the Wild: Living with the Mule Deer of Deadman Gulch DVD:

As always, Joe Hutto's insights on the species with whom he interacts are enlightening and fascinating. However, wish Joe had clarified the important dynamic of Apex Predators in an ecosystem. The segment about the predation of the Mule Deer by Wolves, Cougar, etc. was a bit one-sided and may lead to further erosion of the quite tenuous acceptance of the of Apex Predators to their natural habitats.

 
5.0

A wonderful story of living wild

By Jenni G.

from Washington, DC

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Comments about PBS NATURE: Touching the Wild: Living with the Mule Deer of Deadman Gulch DVD:

Joe Hutto is able to bridge the divide between scientific observation and heartfelt interaction without the sentimentality of wishful anthropomorphization. I gifted this to my young niece & nephew to broaden their understanding of the wildlife that surrounds them.

 
5.0

Touching the wild review

By Llopez

from Albuquerque New Mexico

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Comments about PBS NATURE: Touching the Wild: Living with the Mule Deer of Deadman Gulch DVD:

I got the movie in a timely manner it was it was all quick and easy the who process then washed the movie and it was great just like I expecte

 
5.0

A touching and emotional portrait

By Alamar

from Ouray, CO

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Comments about PBS NATURE: Touching the Wild: Living with the Mule Deer of Deadman Gulch DVD:

In the eyes of many people, deer specie isn't anything "special", except for hunters. This documentary reveals Joe Hutto's sense of understanding and love as he expresses his perspective, emotions and respect for the mule deer herd. A great documentary for family to watch, especially for those who care enough about the future of our world and its animals whom we really should love and care for before it is too late.

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