Mud season tracks

by May 11, 2015Adventures in the Woods, Scat and Tracks

Mud season tracks

I would love to find the owner of this track!

Deer hair in their travel paths

As much of a pain as mud season it, it is a great way to see where the deer are and how big some of them are getting.  It is almost like snow because it gives you a great idea of what is traveling through.

I was very happy to see all of the deer tracks but then I saw this one.  It wasn’t as fresh as some of the deer tracks but it wasn’t too old either.  Looks like I am hunting something besides deer and turkey this year.

Good size coyote track

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