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Contributors to this thread:
DL 11-Aug-20
spike78 11-Aug-20
LKH 11-Aug-20
Jaquomo 11-Aug-20
RMhunter 12-Aug-20
Paul@thefort 12-Aug-20
Shug 12-Aug-20
Shug 12-Aug-20
jdbbowhunter 12-Aug-20
Grey Ghost 12-Aug-20
From: DL
11-Aug-20

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Saw this picture and had to post it. No lions to worry about, just cars.

From: spike78
11-Aug-20

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Here’s a fawn that is bedded up about 2 feet away from a house in the bushes. It’s amazing how they know they are not in danger and makes you rethink stand spots according to civilization.
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Here’s a fawn that is bedded up about 2 feet away from a house in the bushes. It’s amazing how they know they are not in danger and makes you rethink stand spots according to civilization.

From: LKH
11-Aug-20
They get to be a real problem. Was driving by the cemetery in Rawlins one night and an honest 180 muley was walking down the sidewalk and entered for evening chow. Cities are having to kill them as they get overpopulated.

From: Jaquomo
11-Aug-20

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This one was in front of my mailbox last fall.

From: RMhunter
12-Aug-20

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From: Paul@thefort
12-Aug-20

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in my yard and across the street, yep town bucks.

From: Shug
12-Aug-20

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From: Shug
12-Aug-20

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That’s Manhattan in the background

From: jdbbowhunter
12-Aug-20
In the name of progress, we've taken a lot of land. Animals are adapting to humans.

From: Grey Ghost
12-Aug-20

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Yep, they know where they're safe.

Matt

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