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    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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    I bet my neighborhood cougar would like to have din din with those dear. One was shot and dumped about a mile from here last week and I was hoping that was the Cougar making my dogs nervous occasionally. However a walk yesterday revealed many somewhat fresh cougar tracks just uphill from me. Either these tracks are old or another Ghost Cat is on the prowl.

    Lots of tender young mule deer around


    This injured youngster was in the front yard of a friends house for Sunday's playoff games, likely will not last long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    I bet my neighborhood cougar would like to have din din with those dear. One was shot and dumped about a mile from here last week and I was hoping that was the Cougar making my dogs nervous occasionally. However a walk yesterday revealed many somewhat fresh cougar tracks just uphill from me. Either these tracks are old or another Ghost Cat is on the prowl.

    Lots of tender young mule deer around


    This injured youngster was in the front yard of a friends house for Sunday's playoff games, likely will not last long.
    I saw this on Facebook from the Idaho Recreation Council (IRC Council) but I'm not sure how to post video's or link a facebook video. It is of 3 junvinile Killer Mountain Cougar's who wander onto a person's porch. It is very cool and hope folks can view it.

    https://www.facebook.com/xtremeidaho...2821082560370/

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    People that tame deer piss me off. Makes poachers' jobs way too easy...The deer associate house with food and f-ck up my garden...The list can go on. I love deer, I just prefer them viewed through my scope or with my recurve 10 miles from the nearest paved road.

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    our friend and neighbour rescued a fawn. it never left, and now lives with her and her horses. it's been about 12 years now
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    Here is the Admiral's IRC video..
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonTX View Post
    People that tame deer piss me off. Makes poachers' jobs way too easy...The deer associate house with food and f-ck up my garden...The list can go on. I love deer, I just prefer them viewed through my scope or with my recurve 10 miles from the nearest paved road.
    With some fava beans and a nice chianti.....
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    I had a pack of deer that I fed well for the last 4 years. Now I have very few deer but a well fed pack of Coyotes.

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    Apparently I am feeding a bear . This is what happens when I leave the finch's thistle seed container outside overnight.
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    And the Misses has me taking fruit and veggie scraps to a remote feeding site for these kids.

    No wonder the ghost cats come by looking for a tender easy meal
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