Photo of white-tail buck with antlers

Big white-tail deer bucks with big antlers. They are a statement, that’s for sure. But how much do we actually know about antlers? 1. Antlers differ from horns. The words antlers and horns are not interchangeable; they are completely different body parts for a variety of reasons. First, antlers are made of bone, whereas horns…

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Photo of white-tail deer

When walking through deep snow, it’s always easier when someone else leads. That person gets tired breaking the trail, but everyone who walks in his or her footsteps has an easier time of it. That is one reason that deer congregate during the winter. When they all use the same network of trails through the…

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Photo of deer flagging tail

1. Hollow hairs help them stay warm in the winter. Have you ever seen a deer that has snow on its back that doesn’t melt? It makes people shiver to think about walking around covered in snow — isn’t the deer freezing? However, it’s actually that frozen snow that shows just how warm a deer…

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Photo of a coyote scene

I was scrolling through Pinterest when a video caught my eye. I don’t usually like watching videos, but it showed a neat craft where you color one picture, fold it like an accordion and depending on how you look at it, it becomes two pictures. “I can make that,” I thought. It took me a…

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Photo of a doe

You’ve probably heard of the rut. And if you’re a deer hunter, then you most definitely have. However, there may be some facts about rut that you’re not overly familiar with. 1. Rut is a word for deer breeding season, not just the peak. It actually means all behaviors and activities associated with breeding season…

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