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Poor ole scraggly looking things. Can't hardly hold there heads up with all that horn. Reacon someone outta keep track of em, come Sept show a little compassion and harvest em. For the children . They hadn't outta see critters sufferin with such burdon. Cool Pics.
Nice bulls, I especially think the bull in the last two pics would look quite fetching on my wall.
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dahlmer wrote:Stopped by to check on these bulls last night and both bulls have shed their antlers. I was a litle surprised, I've only seen one other bull shed his antlers before heading back up the mountain.
Wow, already? Guess I had better keep a closer eye on the few I've found.
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Nice pics, good looking bulls. Who gobbled up the sheds? Seems pretty early for Elk like that. But I think it was a bit early for some deer also? But probably not, just all in my head.
The bulls are on private property so I'm not sure how much access would be available for someone to pick them up. I glassed the area, but didn't see any bone on the ground. I know there have been problems in years past with guys trespassing trying to get the sheds.
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