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Why 2 Weeks Later?

Is this female fawn pregnant? If so, when was she bred?

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How to Predict the Rut

If you’re serious about archery hunting, it is useful to know when the rut will occur each year. We let you in on a secret!

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Did You Predict the Shift Correctly?

This deer spent time in the valley and up on the ridge in September. How did that change in October?

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Vampire Bucks…not hardly

While vampires can only frolic after dark, bucks aren’t keeping them company.

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Deer Paparazzi

Biologists are stalking deer but it’s not with a camera.

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The Predictable Buck

This buck is right where he was in September. But he still reveals something about deer movements.

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Early Bird Gets the Buck. Or Maybe Not?

Does deer hunting require getting up at o’dark-thirty to meet that buck you’ve been dreaming about? Or are you smart to stay in bed?

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Travelin’ Man

So Deer 8103 was Mr. Homebody in September. Check out what happened in October!

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Big Buck Mojo or No-Go?

Two weeks ago we showed you the travels of an adult buck in September. Was that enough for you to figure out his moves in October? Let’s find out!

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Two More September Bucks to Follow

In this post we provide movies of two more bucks in September, one from the Ridge & Valley and one from the Big Woods.

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Meet Deer 8103 – Mr. Homebody

I’m sure many people, especially deer hunters, have heard this statement: “the average home range of a buck is 1 square mile.” But, check out this buck from Potter County.

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Can You Pattern a Buck? Use Your Big Buck Mojo!

You’ve been studying your trail camera pictures all summer but the activity has really ramped up in the last month. There are the usual assortment of yearlings with their telltale spikes and forks. Three of them are 5- and 6-pointers. And then there’s that 8-pointer. You haven’t seen a nicer buck and he’s been flirting with your camera all summer.

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