Dont overlook this forest rescue. I pulled her out from under a maple that the coyotes had left her to rest after they carried her off from my pile of bones. Months passed and a full winter and she rested peacefully under the sweeping limbs of the Acer. I found her last spring and decided she looked too lonely to stay in the woods. I had previously sawed off her horns to use for jewelry and felt she had more to give. Place her in your garden or perhaps on a bed of moss and succulents. Perhaps youd even like to hang her above your mirror.