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Deer Has Arrow Removed From Muzzle In Marlboro CBS 2CBS 2 is part of CBS Television Stations, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network owned station groups in the country. Latest Videos Eye On New York Dining Deals Tony's Table Links [.] WCBS 880WCBS Newsradio 880 is one of the tri state's most trusted sources for news and information. As a market leading news resource since 1967, WCBS reaches millions of listeners each week and boasts one of the [.] 1010 WINS1010 WINS invented all news radio and is the longest running all news station in the country. For 50 years, 1010 WINS has been a news and information utility for the New York metropolitan area. Famous [.] WFANAs the world's first 24 hour all sports radio station, WFAN remains the premier sports talk radio station in the business. Since its debut on July 1, 1987, dozens of stations have copied the all sports format, [.] WLNYProgram Schedule Channel Guide WLNY TV 10/55 is part of the CBS Television Stations group, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network owned station groups in the country. (CBSNewYork) A deer that had been walking around New Jersey for months with an arrow lodged in its muzzle can go back to leading a normal life. The arrow had been in the deer muzzle since at least last December, which is when officials were notified of the situation, said Lawrence Hajna, spokesman for the Department of Environmental Protection. Division of Fish and Wildlife had made numerous attempts over the winter to remove the arrow but were unsuccessful, and then suspended efforts in May and over the summer because the deer was pregnant and we feared harming the unborn fawn, Hajna told 1010 WINS. Wildlife experts were able to lure the deer with corn and then tranquilize her with a dart gun. Officials snipped off the shaft to prevent the animal from getting snagged on anything and ripping open her face, but left the arrowhead because the wound had healed around it and trying to remove it could cause further harm. deer muzzle or nose is made up of a lot of hollow areas within the skeletal portion, so the arrow didn hit anything vital, Hajna said. Overall, officials said the deer was healthy and didn show any signs of stress or weight loss as a result of the injury. deer was in good condition, showed no signs of being malnourished, she was eating fine, she was healthy, Hajna said. The deer, which is believed to be about 4 years old, was released back into the wild with her fawn after the procedure and is expected to survive. thank all of the New Jersey residents and people from all over the world who have expressed concern about the deer, as well as local residents who have been very helpful in providing information on her movements throughout the community and even set up bait stations on their properties, said Division of Fish and Wildlife Director David Chanda. the whereabouts of any single animal is difficult under any circumstances, and this doe was no exception.