IroquoisArcher
Found this deer head and spine down a little gully. Only tree to fasten to that would give pics. wanted was uphill so had to shim the cam alot to get the pic. about 6'lower.
Couple of the animals that came in. Have some coon and think they're the ones that drug the head into the stream so didn't get alot right where it had been. Snows way down now, maybe 9" and should mostly melt by Sat. but then getting snow again.

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When you are in a difficult situation and wonder where God is; remember the Teacher is always quiet during the test.
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Vonfoust
Nice find Jon. 
When I look at the smiles on all the children's faces, I just know they're about to jab me with something.
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hydiseka
Nice pics Jon  Was it a roadkill or yote kill?
With sufficient thrust pigs fly just fine
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IroquoisArcher
Thanks. No idea John. Was just before surgery and had snowshoed back to try and find a coyote den was told was about. Didn't find it but found that you can sink up to your knees even when on snowshoes. As had the cam circled to the back of my buddies property and no tracks except a large coyote track so followed it to the head. Assuming maybe shot during deer season and died, about 1/4 mile off road so doubt road kill. What you see under the hawk is what I found.
When you are in a difficult situation and wonder where God is; remember the Teacher is always quiet during the test.
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tanglefoot
Nice pics Jon [thumb]
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buckshot164
Great pics.
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Buckhunter1
Nice!  [thumb]  [thumb]
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coyote08
Looking nice!!
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buck66
nice find jon
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woody meristem
Good catches -- like those predators.
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don
Just what they needed with the severe winter conditions we have had, thanks for sharing Jon.
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