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#194763 - 07/12/21 10:03 AM Critters in yard
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Here is a photo of some critters in the yard, these are the town deer that wander around town, so no hunting them
Pretty neat to see though

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#194764 - 07/12/21 11:33 AM Re: Critters in yard [Re: Peter_Kaufman]
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Very nice picture for sure.
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#194765 - 07/12/21 11:53 AM Re: Critters in yard [Re: Shoot870p]
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These batchlers are friends now, but not around November. Nice photo.

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#194772 - 07/12/21 09:44 PM Re: Critters in yard [Re: pappy19]
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Thatís for sure, Pappy!
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#194773 - 07/13/21 08:33 AM Re: Critters in yard [Re: Shoot870p]
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Pete,
Be sure to invite them in for.............dinner in a few months!!

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#194774 - 07/13/21 09:06 AM Re: Critters in yard [Re: Peter_Kaufman]
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Peter,
Is that 2 Mulies and a Blacktail?
Cool shot, Capt. Chris
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#194779 - 07/13/21 08:29 PM Re: Critters in yard [Re: Captain Chris Stanaback]
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Thanks guys

Cap, I think they were all mule deer but I can see the black in one of the tails. I don't think we have black tails here.
It is fun to see them in the yard.
I think with how dry it is here they are eating yard plants that get watered since we are not getting any rain

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#194866 - 07/24/21 10:32 PM Re: Critters in yard [Re: Peter_Kaufman]
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I get critters in my yard too.


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#194867 - 07/25/21 09:03 AM Re: Critters in yard [Re: GHD]
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GHD,
That is really nice!!!!!!!!!

North Pole??????????? You live near Santa???

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#194868 - 07/25/21 01:53 PM Re: Critters in yard [Re: Wayne Dengler]
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I'm not Santa, but he is my neighbor.


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