Thank you very much for your kind comments. I am sorry about my Bowhunter cap, but it was the only camouflaged cap that I could find. I spend usually many hours waiting for deer to arrive and have to be very quiet and as invisible as possible.
In reference to your question about a not-for-profit tax-exempt organization created for my sanctuary, the answer is I haven't done that yet, I pay for all the expenses and food of the deer. I don't have any person around me that would be willing to help me anyway.
Sometimes I feel all my work is worthless, because nobody is interested in what I am doing. Eventually some people ask me to sell some deer for them, but they don't have a clue how to deal with deer, and I know that if I sell them some deer, the deer will have a miserable and terrible life.
I have for some time been trying to sell what was left of my ranch and dairy cattle barn. With that money, I am planning to buy some fine habitat for deer and transplant my sanctuary to a bigger place. That way I would be able to free my deer to a well protected habitat, I am also concern about another subspecies that strives in the south of Queretaro State. This is a smaller and beautiful little deer. This animal have been recovering in the last 15 years, but people are killing them when they invade their corn and beans plots. I am actually writing each 15 days an article about wild deer and conservationism in a local newspaper.
I am sending the 2 remaining videos to you this morning.
Once again I wish to thank you for the undeserved importance that you have given to me, It fells very good that someone considers your effort to be worthwhile.
God bless you.
Alejandro G. Cossio
Sierra Malichi: Living in Peace with Deer