Predator and PreyContributors to this thread:
While I was antelope hunting the last few days I've never seen so many predator and prey animals out at the same time. Seeing coyotes running around the pasture right amongst the antelope in broad daylight with tons of grouse in the same area is pretty fun to see. Not to mention all of the deer and elk as well as badgers coons and skunks. Seems to be critters everywhere. I've heard that it is usually either a lot of predators or prey at a time but not usually both. Is anybody else seeing the same thing?
The strangest of times
That’s to be expected in your HEC suit and Ozonics cloud.
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If you got a lot of grouse I need to come hunt with you. Forrest
Having a lot of predators when you have a lot of prey is normal and will persist until the prey supply drops. Nothing demonstrates that better than the snowshoe hare/lynx relationship.
Sounds like a Disney movie.
Sounds like a good time! Love watching all the different interactions between predators and prey.