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Wildlife is part of landscape at wooded Foxmore Estates

Turkey and deer are frequent visitors, and an occasional wildcat or mountain lion also wander through the addition in southeast Oklahoma City.

BY DYRINDA TYSON Published: November 17, 2012
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Ron Gooch remembers well the four-legged surprise that turned up at his Foxmor Estates home years ago.

“Within a month after I moved in, a bobcat came to my front door,” he said, recalling the brief encounter. “As soon as I stared at him, he was gone.”

Another time, he said...
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