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  1. #321
    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Is this the same deer?



    Cuz if it is she not only survived, she thrived.
    I think it is the same one. Slightly off level camera makes it challenging to confirm.

  2. #322
    Yard Mystery.

    The other day while on the upstairs deck I found a Northern Flicker dead on the deck. I gave it a simple toss down under the big pine thinking something will carry it off. A few days later I checked to see if maybe a crow, coon or possum took it. Nope. It was partially buried head down and no signs of digging or pine needles other than a strange vortex. Yesterday it was almost completely buried almost like there is a burrowing critter pulling the bird carcass underground.

    This is taken yesterday:

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    This pic is this morning. It honestly looks like the earth is pulling it down. Something is eating it from down below. Bizarre.

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  4. #323
    Our friends that live a few miles down the road were showing me a pic they took of a wolf track they came up on. It is frighteningly HUGE. She said there are also pics of the stride which they found equally stunning. This is one big wolf. Both ladies are CPL but were not carrying. They said that wont happen again. Wow...

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  6. #324
    Quote Originally Posted by FireBrand View Post

    This is taken yesterday:

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    This pic is this morning. It honestly looks like the earth is pulling it down. Something is eating it from down below. Bizarre.

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    Need an update...still going down?

  7. #325
    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Need an update...still going down?
    Just about out of sight. Beetles pulled it into a hole and now it’s just feathers.

  8. #326
    Quote Originally Posted by FireBrand View Post
    Just about out of sight. Beetles pulled it into a hole and now it’s just feathers.
    Ahh...beetles. LOL...had me wondering what it could have been.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireBrand View Post
    Check out this deformed doe. First noticed it as a 1 1/2yr coming to the front yard. It appeared jacked up in the back, the front legs were a bit short as it seemed. Real or not, I knicknamed it Hotrod.
    Hotrod is now full grown and yes, a bit short in the front. Nature's oddities.

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    We had a cat like that. We named him "Tilt".

  11. #328
    Quote Originally Posted by Ezekiel 33 View Post
    We had a cat like that. We named him "Tilt".

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    My brother and I are fishing the lake again. We are convinced there is good fishing (from what locals say) but last night we only saw the bullhead my brother caught at sunset.

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  14. #330
    As pretty as they are, I’m grateful there are not more of them. Blue Herons can put a dent in fish numbers on small lakes.

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