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Where were all these critters back when the season was open?  Been seeing several just about every day during the gun season - none while hunting during the early bow season.  Oh well, looks like a promising spring.

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leech~~

By my sons stand he sees about 15 to 20 of them scraping around for acorns. Drives him nuts thinking he has the 20 point buck coming in!  😟

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going4it

I found 20 roosting the day after the season closed in the back field. Been seeing them daily on cams since then. Out smarted again. 

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paceman

Bow hunting the other day I had a flock of about 20 come in at last light to roost in a nearby tree. No way a deer was going to come in with all that racket! It was kind of odd to see them hop from tree to tree but at the same time cool to see! Graceful and quiet they were not!

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eyeguy 54

I hate when I am walking back to vehicle and they have roosted partway and I didnt know it, then they explode and I freak. LOL 

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On 11/16/2018 at 6:50 AM, paceman said:

 Graceful and quiet they were not!

 

You got that right.  You'd think their wings would snap right off with all the noise they make.

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DonBo

Even more this weekend.  Had 60 in front of me Sunday evening.

 

 

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