WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Two game wardens with the Kansas Wildlife, Parks & Tourism were able to free two whitetail deer who were locked together.
The incident was caught Jan. 7 on body camera video in rural Jackson County. A bowhunter notified a warden about the entanglement.
Two game wardens responded and threw a towel over the animals’ heads to get them to freeze. One warden then took careful aim and shot part of one antler off, freeing the animals.
The two deer weren’t hurt, and both quickly ran off after being freed.