Monday, October 25, 2010

Look Both Ways When Crossing the Highway....

I am used to seeing millions of tiny corn stems in the fields these days as most farmers have been able to chop their corn and get it into their silos for the winter.  As I drove by one field though, I noticed the "stems" in one area were higher than the rest.     This is what I found:

This was a very big buck, with very big hooves.  Almost unnoticable in the field.    The Ravens were snacking on him as I drove away.  Waste not, want not.


  1. Oh my heavens. The biggest doe I'd ever seen was hit by a pickup truck and left in our front yard. The poor thing. I felt the need to cover it with a tarp. It took the highway dept four days to come and get it after we called. You know when they came? 10:30pm Sunday night. Isn't that strange?

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  3. There are not a lot of deer in my neighborhood. But just a few miles away there are herds of them. Go figure.

  4.'re right—not much waste there!