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post #316 of 370 Old 10-31-2013, 11:02 AM
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Before graduating just over a year ago, I worked as a product engineering intern at Easton archery for 2.5 years. I REALLY miss shooting a couple hundred ends everyday as part of the job...

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post #317 of 370 Old 10-31-2013, 11:09 AM
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yeah no thanks! Thats to bad, i'm sure theres plenty of great country to hunt
I'll just leave these here:

(Spot the odd one out)






Different herd, but literally across the field from the first herd.



Scouts from the second herd




Hatfield Forest. Created intentionally for the Norman King's (so around 1086ad!) to go hunting in.



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Before graduating just over a year ago, I worked as a product engineering intern at Easton archery for 2.5 years. I REALLY miss shooting a couple hundred ends everyday as part of the job...
sounds like a sweet job!

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I'll just leave these here:

(Spot the odd one out)






Different herd, but literally across the field from the first herd.



Scouts from the second herd




Hatfield Forest. Created intentionally for the Norman King's (so around 1086ad!) to go hunting in.



Amazing!

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Amazing!
If i didn't have the doggies with me, i'd probably be able to get a bit closer. But they're the reason i bought a camera with a decent zoom lens. There are deer stands around, especially in Hatfield Forest (and the visitor shop sells venison...), but no bow (or crossbow) hunting.

There's been many an evening when i'm hiking the local fields and have deer burst through the hedge in front of me and sprint across the field.

Glad you like the pictures.
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post #321 of 370 Old 11-01-2013, 11:14 AM
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No BOW HUNTING?!?! Absolutely ridonkulous!!

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Until you know exactly what is underneath the, well, not really sure what to call them...mistakes...it's hard to come up with a plan of action.
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I'll just leave these here:

(Spot the odd one out)


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Is that an albino deer? Or a Llama?

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post #323 of 370 Old 11-01-2013, 12:36 PM
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Is that an albino deer? Or a Llama?

(In case that is a serious question...)


Yes, it's an albino deer.


We don't have Llamas around here (AFAIK). There's a few Alpaca farms though:








BTW, there's also a 'deer park' near me:

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(In case that is a serious question...)


Yes, it's an albino deer.

I actually meant alpaca

That deer looks very similar to the all white, freshly shorn alpacas who's poop I used to scoop.

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Oh, I even have a pic.



Plus, alpacas are known to be friendly around other animals, and are even used as shepherds or herd 'protectors' for sheep, goats.

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Well, in case you DID mean Llamas....


I forgot about these guys on a hiking weekend up north:


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post #327 of 370 Old 11-01-2013, 05:30 PM
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Another unsuccessful night one of these days tho there goona screw up and I'll finnaly get an arrow in one.

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post #328 of 370 Old 11-01-2013, 05:32 PM
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What kind of bow y'all using?? Mines a mission craze made my Matthews I love it, it shoots just as good as my dads z7 xtreme and for a lot cheaper.


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post #329 of 370 Old 11-02-2013, 04:35 PM
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Nice shots UKJeeper. When I saw the albino deer I assumed it was a domestic goat. I've often seen deer hanging out with livestock. Is albinism common among that species of deer?

Here are a few more pics to get the hunters motivated.


Elk Herd by jkmnomads, on Flickr



Elk Herd Running by jkmnomads, on Flickr


Bull Elk Bugling by jkmnomads, on Flickr


Bull Moose getting up by jkmnomads, on Flickr


Bighorn Ram running by jkmnomads, on Flickr


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post #330 of 370 Old 11-02-2013, 05:16 PM
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Wow those are amazing pics!!

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