That is one of the prettiest Pictures of a Buck close I have ever seen, what a greatt Picture. Im curious of the setting its in and always try to learn from a picture.
I see a heavy wooded area well back in the distance and a feld between that and these Bucks, BUT a few standing trees where this picture was captured, is this another heavy wooded lot and your setup on the edge looking out and across, or is it like an Island in and amogst the field?
Im curious to know, beuase I have often found a quality Buck will look to bed in an area such as an Island area.
The cam is on a fenceline on a trailcrossing. There is an alfalfa field 200 yards behind the cam, the grownup field is a fescue field converted to native warm season grass. The older deer are bedding in the tall weeds and prairie grass and working towards the alfalfa late in the day. The largest block of woods nearby is 15 acres. So every woodlot is an island. The deer like the tall weeds. So everyone stop mowing!