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I gotta think Ohio whitetails are slighty nuts
First there was that young buck I stalked up behind in a local park. Then, yesterday I went to scout a new section of a public hunting area since one side of it didn't produce a single trail camera pic of a deer after a week in the woods. I picked a new area via Google maps and walked to the new area, camera in hand. Lo and behold, I hit the area I thought looked good on satellite and a doe blasts loose out of the grass just a few yards away. Now, a Nebraska doe would have run until she reached China. This Ohio doe? She took two bounds about 10 yards out and then proceeded to stare at me for a minute or so straight before I slowly walked away, fully expecting her to flee the moment I moved again. Nope. She stayed put and watched me "leave." By "leave," I mean that I tucked behind the closest tall brush to where I was just standing and waited to see if she would move close to me a gain when she felt comfortable. Sure enough, she came around the same corner from where I just was and stared me down again for another minute or so. Wow, these are not the whitetails I'm used to encountering. I hope they stay this curious during the season!
Accuracy: because white space between bullet holes drives me insane.