Rick Holly
I would never hunt in my backyard, but it would be pretty easy, if I did.
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Rick Holly
Did you notice the ones by the bridge, too? Last fall, I made them a leaf bed 3 to 4 feet tall and 20' x 15' in length for them to sleep on during the winter. Our indoor and outdoor cat ignores them when he goes outside. I noticed the deer ignore both him and feral cats, too. However, the young deer, sometimes, will play with the baby turkeys.
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uva7
looks  like my yard every night at 9:00....  i love deer meat but my kids would kill me... great pic !
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Rick Holly
uva7@yahoo.com wrote:
looks  like my yard every night at 9:00....  i love deer meat but my kids would kill me... great pic !

You have good kids, ha!
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Keith Brownmiller
No wonder you have trouble with brass, the picture you posted is upside down.
The Gunny
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Rick Holly
Keith Brownmiller wrote:
No wonder you have trouble with brass, the picture you posted is upside down.

LOL! And I am not going to fix it!
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Rick Holly
By the way, the deer looking directly at the camera is my favorite deer. He is funny.
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Rick Holly
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No... I don't name them.
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Rick Holly
Keith Brownmiller wrote:
No wonder you have trouble with brass, the picture you posted is upside down.

FIXED.
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John Green
Keith Brownmiller wrote:
No wonder you have trouble with brass, the picture you posted is upside down.


Lol!
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Rick Holly
I walked out on my deck this afternoon and had seven deer standing there waiting for me. They were less than 5 yards away. It was funny, they had their ears up and staring at me as I was talking to them. I then tossed each one a cob of corn and told them to eat their cob and don't take the cobs away from the smaller deer. I watched them eat their snack, then they walked behind the bridge into the woods. When nature starts growing plants again, no more soup (corn) for them until next winter. 
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