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  • Buckshott00
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    Originally posted by Buckshott00 View Post
    I have scared white tail off the front lawn a couple of times in the last month.

    We have a breeding pair of sandhill cranes that visits us annually.
    Sounds like a lot of work. I just like to watch 'em and tease my lady about eating them.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by Buckshott00 View Post
    I have scared white tail off the front lawn a couple of times in the last month.

    We have a breeding pair of sandhill cranes that visits us annually.
    Try out eBirds
    Scroll down on left to maps. Put in type of crane, or any other bird, time frame and it will show sightings all around World. Zoom in on your area to a sighting marker and it will tell date, time and name of birdwatcher.

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  • Buckshott00
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    I have scared white tail off the front lawn a couple of times in the last month.

    We have a breeding pair of sandhill cranes that visits us annually.

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  • Buckshott00
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    Originally posted by Happy Myles View Post
    Our suburban home for fifty years is called, “ The Dead Zoo”. Sort of hurts my feelings
    Don't let it bother you Happy.

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  • Ontario Honker Hunter
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    Every Friday night when it's karoke there's a herd of cougars at the pub down the street

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
    Deer, turkey, geese, bob cat, coyote, squirrel, cottontail, quail and dove.
    Blue wing teal raise on my lake every year!
    Gary, go to eBird scroll down to left, maps. Enter specie, date and see all sightings. Zoom in for date and time and name of birdwatcher.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by Red Angus View Post
    Whitetails, coyotes, bobcats, raccoons, opossum, squirrels, wabbits, cougar, various breeds of bovine, more species of birds than I care to list, etc.

    Do sisters qualify?
    Red, Go to eBird and scroll all the way down on left for maps. Put in specie you want to follow and time frame and see all the sightings of that specie across the U.S. Zoom in for date and time of sighting and birdwatcher name.
    Jim

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  • bowhunter75richard
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    Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
    Yep, we have deer that eat in our front yard at night. It's rare to see them in daylight but I was able to use the crossbow on two this past season. The best I've taken from the yard is a 6 point buck...
    A fun answer PH to a off the wall question, +1 !

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  • Gary Devine
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    Originally posted by Red Angus View Post
    Whitetails, coyotes, bobcats, raccoons, opossum, squirrels, wabbits, cougar, various breeds of bovine, more species of birds than I care to list, etc.

    Do sisters qualify?
    Those same two deer were bed down behind my next door neighbor.
    I wonder if they will drop their fawns behind our neighborhood houses? ??

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  • PigHunter
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    Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
    Yep, we have deer that eat in our front yard at night. It's rare to see them in daylight but I was able to use the crossbow on two this past season. The best I've taken from the yard is a 6 point buck...
    Richard, it wuz cold outside an I didn want da meat freezing before it wuz skint

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by Outlaw View Post
    The end of our street has a very thick brush patch probably 20acres large or so where it’s not uncommon to see deer, quail, rabbits and some others. Too close to homes and a school to be shooting guns, but it’s public land and I think it’d be possible to bow hunt. The issue is that it’s so thick you literally can’t see more than 5-10 yards any direction and even then there’s too much brush to shoot that far.
    My Sister in the Adirondacks says when the local cats disappear they know there are coyotes in the area. I have no idea why or how a coyote can catch a cat but I guess they can.

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  • Red Angus
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    Whitetails, coyotes, bobcats, raccoons, opossum, squirrels, wabbits, cougar, various breeds of bovine, more species of birds than I care to list, etc.

    Do sisters qualify?

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  • Gary Devine
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    Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
    Yep, we have deer that eat in our front yard at night. It's rare to see them in daylight but I was able to use the crossbow on two this past season. The best I've taken from the yard is a 6 point buck...
    I know a user on this website, who puts five dead geese on his kitchen floor. ?

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  • bowhunter75richard
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    Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
    Yes I do, not too far away, I think she is a little younger than me and every time I see her she looks game.
    Don’t get caught sniffing around that without a license !!

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  • bowhunter75richard
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    Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
    Yep, we have deer that eat in our front yard at night. It's rare to see them in daylight but I was able to use the crossbow on two this past season. The best I've taken from the yard is a 6 point buck...
    Pighunter, how come you dragged that deer in the house and took a picture of it on the living room rug ?? A rather poor way to make points with the little lady ! Lol !!

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