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The man who was driving leaped out and grabbing his rifle from the back. He shot the deer, gutted it on the side of the road, then lifted it on to the roof. Mike sees a similar emotional journey in many of those who have since come to work with him in the field. A way of re-establishing the natural order. InMike was working for what was then called the Deer Commission when he and his colleagues were called in to conduct an emergency cull at Glenfeshie, an estate owned by a Danish billionaire in the Cairngorms National Parkwhere deer numbers had been allowed to grow to remarkable levels: Mike was in the larder, processing the bodies.
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