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Axis deer in Young County? #8949943 11/05/23 07:49 PM
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Anyone seen axis near Graham? Our landowner swears he has seen one on the ranch.
Maybe escaped from a HF operation?

Re: Axis deer in Young County? [Re: steve_twice] #8949958 11/05/23 08:22 PM
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Years ago there was some free ranging by Newcastle

Re: Axis deer in Young County? [Re: steve_twice] #8950009 11/05/23 10:04 PM
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Seen one axis and one fallow in 15+ years. There are plenty of reds though

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There are a lot of Axis near PK lake and on Costello island.

Re: Axis deer in Young County? [Re: steve_twice] #8950053 11/05/23 10:51 PM
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Had a Blackbuck doe several years ago, would love to get a stray Axis come through

Re: Axis deer in Young County? [Re: steve_twice] #8950205 11/06/23 03:33 AM
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I used to see 4-5 crossing the road east of Rock Creek camp PK lake 20 years ago

Re: Axis deer in Young County? [Re: steve_twice] #8950697 11/06/23 10:33 PM
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I wouldn't be surprised to see them anywhere. We had a herd rolling through my neighborhood down south of Austin this spring. They're considering an invasive species for a reason.

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