Wildlife officials in Oregon provided a helping hand to a deer that had gotten a sizeable string of Christmas lights tangled around its antlers. Detailing the festive rescue on their Facebook page, the state's Department of Fish and Wildlife jokingly explained that the animal had gotten "a head start on decking the halls." Amazingly, they indicated that the deer had actually been seen roaming around the city of Dallas with the decorations atop its head since "before Thanksgiving." Despite police being on the lookout for the creature for at least a week, the creature managed to evade capture until until this past Wednesday when it reportedly wandered into a gated area of the community.
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