We follow the deer from January right up to the
day before the season begins. The post season scouting tells us what bucks are
still in the hunting area. Once the antlers drop the whole cycle begins again.
Antlers pop up again and grow. Fawns are born. Doe groups interact. The bucks
racks grow daily and finally the velvet is shed. And we are there, following it
in pictures as well as reaching out to secluded areas with game cameras. And
this year you can bet there will be plenty of video to see on BowTube.com.
You'd think that all the bucks would have similar antler growth at this time of the year. But they don't. The first big rack shows up. Here are the highlights of a bush morning, night and afternoon in the deer woods.To The Deer Pics...
The First Fawn
picture or the year is in this photo gallery. Pics taken by my BuckEye
Cam wireless infra-red game camera and beamed right to my computer.
Deer activity has been kinda slow untill a few days ago. Several bucks
are in velvet and other deer are now visited the food plot area during
the night and at deer thirty in the morning and afternoon. To The Deer Pics... Jun 25, 2009 - 10:34:00 AM
Scouting For Deer
Scouting Deer Pics - June 17
It's September and the time for changes in the deer world. And here are
the ones from September 1-9. Taken by the BuckEye Cam wireless
infra-red game camera and beamed in from the flood plot to my office
computer. Pics Sept 1-9.