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Author Topic: Worried about 'my' herd  (Read 5933 times)

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Re: Worried about 'my' herd
« Reply #40 on: April 18, 2015, 09:05:18 AM »
Last week the ground was covered with snow in the woods here. Now it is just batches of snow.
Wife and I took a walk in the woods last evening and we were both amazed at how much and how fast the snow has receded.  Been seeing lots of deer around and had 5 turkeys (two really nice toms) in the yard earlier in the week.  I think the animals adapt better to the snow and cold than I do! :-\ ;D
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Re: Worried about 'my' herd
« Reply #41 on: October 03, 2022, 12:33:29 PM »
I know people like to feed deer but around here it's like putting cheese out in your house to attract mice.  Around here they have become so abundant they are a destructive nuance.  Not only to crops and yards but being hit on the highway.   Cronic waisting and blue tongue has thinned them down in some areas but they bounce right back.
Im with you Bibbyman.   I call them long legged rodents there are so many.


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