Ridge runner I do not know where they were taken only that they were sent to me via email a year or so ago. I am not sure but I think the guy who sent me the pics got them from a photo website where he was able to get pics of animals and such for a fee I think he said it was a membership thing?. But I am not sure he sends me a lot pics of all kinds of animals. If they are from a calendar then I did not know I would be happy to take them down for you Ridge Runner.
Ridge Runner I never tried to pass off that I took the photos they were sent to me quite a while ago and if they were in some magazine or publication then it is possible that the pics were sold to multiple publications. For example you sometomes will see the same story or picture in several magazines over a short period thanks for the heads up though if that what they were.
I will be more cautious in the future about posting pics that I receive.
Guys, these pictures came from my camera and the deer were in our yards. I'm trying to get a good picture of a really weird non typical with a "cow horn" that grew out of his right side below the antler. More to follow. No tricks and no surfing the net just to put some thing out there. Centennial.
Okay, here is the best I could do. I had to crop and enlarge the shot. My Dad took the picture off of his back porch about three weeks ago. The giant thing on his right side is actually part of the antler. It is not his ear. Like I said, I will try to get a better picture posted if I can get one. Centennial.
I see all of these food plot mixes advertised - and I am sure that some of them are super - but why not experiment and come up with something that works great for your plots and your hunting land?
Here is what I did on a new place for this year - this 3. 3 acre plot started as a 10 year old abandoned field that I cleaned up - it had volunteer pines, blackberry bushes, some elm saplings, etc in it...
It was then planted in buckwheat - heavily - in early spring. I lightly fertilized it when the...