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    Deer in the Yard

    These are the first deer we've had in our front yard in a long time. Glad to see them back!

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    Did you depopulate them a bit before?

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    No depopulation by me in over 30 years. My neighbor probably depopulates some in or out of season. I'd like to keep them around in case I have sudden need of protein.

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    Nice, the largest wild, plentiful critters around me are a of Blue Tailed lizards.
    Someday I'm going to pull my life together. But that day is not today. Today I'm driving a stolen police car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kickstand View Post
    Nice, the largest wild, plentiful critters around me are a of Blue Tailed lizards.
    We have plenty of those, too, in the form of 5-lined Skinks. Don't think I'd care to skin and eat one, though.

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    yummy, straight into the pantry.

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    Hobes you aussies are way to hungry LOL but a good beer will cover anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobes View Post
    yummy, straight into the pantry.
    I'd rather remove the guts and the hide first.

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    airdrop, yep a beer goes with just about anything on the menu. but i do like a good red with my steak medium to rare...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kickstand View Post
    Nice, the largest wild, plentiful critters around me are a of Blue Tailed lizards.
    Beats the purple-haired Californians found around here!
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