This doe has started showing on my cell camera near a pond during the middle of the day and seems to be a good example of results from a study I covered in an earlier post. More specifically, the study of radio-collared does found that does that leave their fawns more during the middle of the day improve their chances at survival since coyotes are less likely to spot them and follow them home. I can see feeders set to only throw corn/feed during the middle of the day encouraging the same routine.

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Last edited by Texas Dan; 05/18/24 08:55 PM.

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