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    Caught these two at the salt lick this morning
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    Herb

  • #2
    Very nice and snow wow.

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    • #3
      Beautiful picture Herb! Are those mule deer? .... we only have the white-tail species up here on the east coast.
      Wayne
      If you're looking for me, you'll find me in a pile of wood chips somewhere...

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      • #4
        Nice picture Herb. More snow than I've got and, no, I don't want/need any, you can keep it all.

        Tinwood

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Soggy View Post
          Are those mule deer? .... we only have the white-tail species up here on the east coast.
          Wayne
          Yes, they are Mule Deer we have both species here.
          Herb

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          • #6
            Great picture! What part of the great state of WY are you in? I have a really good friend in Buffalo...

            Mule deer are beautiful! They are disappearing here in Central Kansas due to Chronic Wasting Disease.

            Our rifle season starts tomorrow, and I am heading afield to put a fat whitetail doe in the freezer for jerky!

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            • #7
              [QUOTE=tbox61;n1168762] What part of the great state of WY are you in? [Quote]
              We are Near Glendo which is half way between Cheyenne and Casper on I-25. Or if you are really old like me at Cassa half way between Uva and Orpha on the CB&Q RR

              Herb

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              • #8
                Great pic, Herb! Beautiful creatures. My sons are hunters, but I don't have the heart for it.
                Arthur

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                • #9
                  Hey. I had this guy looking in my front window the other day.

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                  • #10
                    The weekend snowfall is chest deep on the local deer. Nothing to browse but the twigs on all the exposed apple trees.
                    Here's the gang having a rest outsi DeerB.JPG de my fence last winter.
                    Brian T

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