That's neat. We have 6-7 in our yard every day.. have no idea about the nights.. but, very likely so. Always nice sitting here at the computer and watching them bed down in the tall grass out the window and chew their cud for awhile.
I pretty much quit hunting when we went on the road 6 years ago, but I still love to watch dear and turkey. This is the first time we have caught proof of deer in our yard back in Missouri. I've found tracks but never seen them on the hoof until now in the yard.
Joyce and I have always wanted to buy night vision gear so we could see who's watching us. Maybe some day, but you have a way of seeing them now. Thanks for posting.
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Pretty Cool. Last year I woke in the middle of the night to the sound of something moving around on the gravel we were parked on. Thought we had somebody snooping around the truck & trailer, turned out it was several Elk. Man they are big up close.
Five years ago we had deer by the dozens in the yard and in out hay fields. Now we only have a gang of 4 that we see. 35 years ago I found 1 track and that was the first track I had ever seen on the farm I have lived on all my life. So we went from none to too many and almost back to none. What happened to them? There isn't too much hunting pressure there are a few coyotes but not many. The game wardens in western Virginia don't know what happened to them.