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Old 02-09-2020, 04:07 PM
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I put my trail cam back out on 2-5-2020. There’s a deer out back with a broken leg from either an auto collision or was shot last November.. So yes I have started feeding him and the others that have been coming around. I mainly want to help the one with the bad leg mostly. I am hoping that our snow doesn’t get to deep for it. Anyway here’s a few pictures of them out back. I have tried to delete that sticker but can't appear to.. The more I try to fix it the more I mess it up..
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Old 02-09-2020, 04:34 PM
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I leave my cam's out all yr, 24/7365, and have for about 20 yrs now or more!

and like you I too have an injured doe/yearling, showed up second week of buck season, holding its front leg up, no gun shot or wound can be seen, and leg is being HELD up by the poor thing now ever since, we had a real bad ice storm just before it showed up and I think it fell on the ice and damaged its leg

never easy seeing them be this way
all the more so when you see the other deer pick on it, as they know its not right

I had hopes that a hunter would have got it to save ti from a harder life, but so far its been hanging in there
have seen many 3 legged one's last a few yrs too, had one that went for like 4 yrs before a local guy targeted it as a goal, and took all season to get it, but he did!
gather a 3 legged deer that lives that long was pretty smart one, minus the original injury, but had to learn to get by on 3 and avoid hunters and coyotes and such!
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Old 02-09-2020, 05:07 PM
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This is the second deer that I have seen like this. The last one came out at night and was a huge buck that a guy shot at. That winter we had deep snow and I have never seen it again. I am hopeful that our snow doesn’t get so deep this year so it will make to another hunting season.
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Just an interesting photo that my camera took of a last year’s fawn running into big momma.
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I've always enjoyed looking at northern deer. Their heavy frame is impressive.

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seeing this reminds me I need to pull my SD cards, been lazy past 4 weeks and I am sure there full of pic's LOL
as I typically get a few hundred one each cam each week
been suck a mild winter, like no real snow so far, just haven;t been thinking of cam's much! nice bears den up I tend to check less often here and last bear was here first week in jan and haven't seen any since
had a few days in mid 60's too, that had me thinking one might show yup to stretch its legs mid winter!!
now have a job for tomorrow I guess if its not raining!


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