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#5433277 - 11/20/14 10:45 AM Concho County Axis
Zach S Offline
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Registered: 08/29/14
Posts: 187
Loc: Mason, Gatesville, Round Rock
Had an small Axis Buck show up on our low fence property. Hopefully he sticks around for a bit. Also, a few other trail cam photos from the last week (ignore the date and time on the camera - it wasn't set).

IMAG1012 by zacharysymm, on Flickr

IMAG0979 by zacharysymm, on Flickr

Axis Buck by zacharysymm, on Flickr

IMAG3733 by zacharysymm, on Flickr

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#5433474 - 11/20/14 12:12 PM Re: Concho County Axis [Re: Zach S]
blazin Offline
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Nice! I wonder what the furthest northern county they have been seen is?

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#5433549 - 11/20/14 12:42 PM Re: Concho County Axis [Re: Zach S]
aggielandman Offline
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That's pretty cool!

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#5433563 - 11/20/14 12:48 PM Re: Concho County Axis [Re: Zach S]
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Loc: Abilene or on the road...
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#5433649 - 11/20/14 01:21 PM Re: Concho County Axis [Re: Zach S]
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Wish we'd get some up north of Abilene.

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#5433664 - 11/20/14 01:26 PM Re: Concho County Axis [Re: cowboybam58]
blazin Offline
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Originally Posted By: cowboybam58
Wish we'd get some up north of Abilene.

With the way they breed maybe it won't be long!

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#5433721 - 11/20/14 01:54 PM Re: Concho County Axis [Re: Zach S]
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I would love some free range axis.

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#5433741 - 11/20/14 02:04 PM Re: Concho County Axis [Re: Zach S]
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I know they range the Brady Creek, other large creeks in Concho and San Saba River down around Menard in Menard County. There a lot of them in McCulloch County. I have seen them as far south into South Texas along HWY 624 east of Cotulla along the Nueces River. At one time there was a larger herd of them close to Haujuco Lane off of HWY 624. I have also seen some free ranging along Cummins Creek north of Columbus. I have heard there was some free ranging in Calhoun County at one time years ago.
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#5433744 - 11/20/14 02:05 PM Re: Concho County Axis [Re: Zach S]
westexhunt Offline
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Registered: 11/05/12
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Loc: San Angelo
We have seen a few in northern Runnels county.

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#5433747 - 11/20/14 02:08 PM Re: Concho County Axis [Re: Zach S]
JROD Offline
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bunch of them west and north of san angelo!

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#5433787 - 11/20/14 02:35 PM Re: Concho County Axis [Re: Zach S]
jdk1985 Offline
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I'd sure like to stumble upon one.

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#5433851 - 11/20/14 03:07 PM Re: Concho County Axis [Re: Zach S]
JD05AG Offline
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Registered: 02/21/11
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Loc: San Angelo, TX/Big Spring, Tx/...
Killed them in Southeast Coke County.
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#5433889 - 11/20/14 03:23 PM Re: Concho County Axis [Re: Zach S]
Zach S Offline
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Registered: 08/29/14
Posts: 187
Loc: Mason, Gatesville, Round Rock
Also saw three does as I was driving between Brady and Eden in a wheat field that was low fence.

Something knocked over one of my feeders when it started to get low, so I am hoping there are more in my immediate area.

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