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  • Revisit from the orphan buck !

    We had a visitor, the little orphan from last fall.

    He's growing up !

    I have seen him with a group of 5 young deer for a while now, this is the first visit in quite a while. Hope he makes it.

  • #2
    Y'all had a nice visitor.  He has the little fuzzies on his antlers!  Cool

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    • #3
      Very cool Butch, just be real careful of him if he returns in the fall during the rut...they can be down right dangerous...ask me how I know
      Southern Connecticut

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      • #4
        Will do Chris, he is already charging the dog at the fence instead of running like he did last fall !

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        • #5
          I hope he makes it too, Butch. Here's 3 that ran through one of my cornfields while I was hunting points last week.......

          Rhode Island

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          • #6
            Nice looking field, I don't think I would have seen them. I wouldn't be looking up !

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            • #7
              Butch Wilson wrote:

              Nice looking field, I don't think I would have seen them. I wouldn't be looking up !
                 :laugh: Yeah, and that's usually the case with me too, Butch. One time a resident told me as I was walking out "you know they walked right behind ya!" :laugh:
              Rhode Island

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              • #8
                Pretty cool Butch, coming back to visit the old homestead. How close did he get to you?
                Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan

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                • #9
                  He came right up to me. I could have scratched his antlers, but I didn't want to encourage him ! He and the plotthound run up and down the fence. The dog barks and lunges for him and he charges her stamping and head down.

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                  • #10
                    That is amazing, the imprint, bond, that still exists.
                    Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan

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