We have velvet my friends

Witty

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Hi,

Here are a few shots from my latest batch... nothing real fancy, but neat.

This is the first sign of velvet I've seen:



Bear #2 for me... perhaps the same one from last spring:



A decent pic of a hen:



And finally, a close-up:




-Witty
 



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Nice pictures. Lot of growth for that buck already.
 

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Hi,

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You putting miracle grow out for that buck?[/b]
Haha... that would be cool, huh. My plan is to keep this particular camera in the same approximate spot all year in hopes of seeing the growth of the same deer, and maybe even pattern him a bit. I got a shot of this buck earlier this year...



Then, a few weeks later, I got this picture...



It's hard to say, without antlers, if it's the same buck. But I'm inclined to say that it is... similar sized at least.

Who knows if the buck I posted at the top of the thread is the same deer or not. But those main beams are looking pretty decent so far.


-Witty
 

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There looks like there is a baby bear in that pic also. Maybe someone can zoom in on it to see
 

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Hi,

If you're talking about that little black thing near the center of the picture, that's just a stump from a little tree a beaver took down a while back.


-Witty
 

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Hi,

Thought it might be fun to post this. I got the bear picture and a picture of a hen on the same camera, from the same spot, etc. So I extracted the turkey from her picture and slapped it over the bear to give us an idea as to the size of the big fella...



Now I don't know if this is the same bear or not... it's the same general area, so it's certainly possible (and likely). But here's the size of the bear from last spring...



That's me in the red shirt and I'm 6 feet tall.


-Witty
 


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