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All Photographs ©Stuart Chaifetz


The following were taken after the first deer hunt held at

Lewis Morris County Park, Morris County, NJ


These photographs document what happened to one deer killed at Lewis Morris Park.

- The first image shows a large splattering of blood against a tree. The deer banged against it while running away after being shot.

- The second and third images show how she lost pieces of herself as she ran.

- The third is a picture of what hunters leave behind after gutting deer.

- The fourth is a deer bait pile from Lewis Morris that was left on the border of a Jockey Hollow National Park.

This was done to lure the deer away from Jockey Hollow so they could be killed in Lewis Morris.