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As much as I look forward to seeing bucks in velvet & then polished antlers, I also enjoy seeing the new generation photos just as much.
This photo was taken in my back yard food plot in Indiana! My Cuddeback camera always takes the best photos!
Got a couple pics of this young bull cruising the looting roads on my property.
As a beekeeper, varroa mite control is important. One method is having a special frame that produces just drone brood. Those frames are frozen when capped then put back out for animals to consume then back in the hive. Wanted to see what was eating during the night as we saw the catbirds during the day. Happy to see baby opposum's enjoying the larvae.
Caught a few bucks on camera along with fawns and doe on the same day. It looks like they were out for a walk on our trails. The boys are back in town - Glad to see them again!
Excited to see fawns on camera as they have been elusive this year. Looks like one set of twins and a single. Mom leads the way down the path, but Dad isn't too far away either - caught him moments earlier! I will submit that photo also as there are a couple of pictures to see.