Carbon Express Arrows
Anyone ever stumble onto these??
Mule Deer
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bowcrazyJRHCO 31-May-16
bowcrazyJRHCO 31-May-16
bowcrazyJRHCO 31-May-16
BOWUNTR 31-May-16
bowcrazyJRHCO 31-May-16
IdyllwildArcher 31-May-16
Beendare 31-May-16
Ziek 31-May-16
Wildcountry 09-Jun-16
31-May-16

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Was turkey hunting in western Nebraska a few days ago and quite literally almost stepped on twin mule deer fawn. After my initial shock, I was very amazed that they never flinched, not even an ear. Notice one doesn't look to comfy snuggled up next to a cactus. I took a few quick pictures and left - didn't want to disturb them any more than I already had. Anyone else ever see such a great miracle of nature?

31-May-16

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31-May-16

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another view

From: BOWUNTR
31-May-16

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Yep. Stumbled onto this the other day. Could only stand, too wobbly to take a step. Pretty cool. Ed F

31-May-16
Bow - that's a very cool picture! How awesome! It's amazing what we get to see in the woods.

31-May-16

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This one while hog hunting in central Cali

From: Beendare
31-May-16
Had an elk fawn at 5' in Wyoming in 2015...pretty big one.

From: Ziek
31-May-16

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Elk calf a few years ago.

From: Wildcountry
09-Jun-16
I almost stepped on an elk calf on a scouting trip two years ago. Took a quick picture and got away because I didn't want to risk momma abandoning baby for any reason.

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