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Splotchy doe #5916176 09/07/15 04:41 AM
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Hi all,

This doe has popped up on my camera on my lease near johnson city. She has that mark on both sides of her haunches, left and right in pretty much the same spot.

This is the best pic I have of it. Any idea on what that could be?



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Re: Splotchy doe [Re: foodieguy] #5916180 09/07/15 04:43 AM
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And right side. She rubbing against something?



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Is she just starting to grow in her winter coat? There's lots of splotchy deer running around this time of year.

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Too many paint-ball hits.....


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Is she limping or acting like she is sore? Maybe got high centered on a fence? confused2

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It looks like she has a big hole in her. Still eating so that's a good thing.

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My guess is biting flies that continue to hit that one spot. She is licking or rubbing that spot continually, rubbing all the summer hair off and winter hair is not showing yet.


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