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Animal Friends : Cam trakker pictures, part deux
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From: MSN Nicknamebreeze_tioga  (Original Message)Sent: 10/21/2005 5:02 PM


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From: MSN Nicknamebreeze_tiogaSent: 10/21/2005 6:30 PM
Turkey season starts November 1st, and yes, I much prefer these wild turkeys to any store bought one.
 
I don't even remember the last time we've bought any type of meat.  At least the stuff we have I know is "all natural"
 
And I even get farm-fresh eggs from my niece, and her lovely chickens.  She so cute, whenever she give me some, she writes on the carton " Happy Eggs From Happy Hens"
 
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From: MSN NicknameSmigChickSent: 10/21/2005 6:44 PM
I don't even remember the last time we've bought any type of meat.
 
Even beef and pork?
 
(hehehe, I'm picturing you firing off an arrow at a runaway cow)
 

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From: MSN NicknameDede_springs_eternalSent: 10/21/2005 6:49 PM
My dad adored turkey hunting....he always said it was the most challenging of all the hunts he went on.

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From: MSN Nicknamebreeze_tiogaSent: 10/21/2005 6:50 PM
LMFAO!!!
 
 
Well, when we get our deer during deer season, it fills our freezer full enough til the following year.  And I don't like pork.  blech.  Once in a blue moon I might get some bacon.  And maybe a couple times a year, we get chicken to grill on the bbq.
 
And even the fish we get are fresh, because his parents are avid fisher-"people", they have a boat and property on the finger lakes.

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From: MSN Nicknamebreeze_tiogaSent: 10/21/2005 6:51 PM
Love, love, love turkey hunting.  It is sooo challenging.  Those birds, and their eyesight, are just great creaturs.

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From: MSN NicknameSmigChickSent: 10/21/2005 7:40 PM
Ah, venison. Frankie gets to eat venison upon occasion, lol (the dog food - special stuff, dontcha know?).
 
I remember having that when I was a kid - I LOVED it!
 
The fish...now that's something I can get behind.
 
(omg, I could eat a whole salmon right now, lol)
 

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From: MSN Nicknamebreeze_tiogaSent: 10/21/2005 9:54 PM
This little guy has an injury
 
 
 
   

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From: MSN NicknameSmigChickSent: 10/21/2005 10:01 PM
 That's a nasty looking wound, poor baby!!
 
Cool shot of the fox, though!

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From: MSN Nickname»Shane®«Sent: 10/23/2005 6:03 PM
Wow, breeze, everytime I see more pictures from your 'tracker' I miss the northeast more and more.  Seeing alligators and eggrets here in Florida really ain't all that, LOL!
 
I have always been against hunting as a sport, but when people actually benefit from it (i.e., eat what they catch), they I support it 100%.  I totally object to the thrill of the kill people. Those people should have to deal with a deer holding a shotgun too, then it would a fair fight, LOL!

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From: MSN Nicknamebreeze_tiogaSent: 10/23/2005 10:33 PM
 totally object to the thrill of the kill people.
 
I don't get it when people do that.  I've known a few, and just don't understand the reasoning.  We always harvest what we kill.   The only execption might be an occasional ground hog, they wreck havoc on the property, and can injure a horses leg if they trip in the hole.

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From: MSN Nickname-MayfaireSent: 10/24/2005 7:43 PM
Breeze, what a WONDERFUL idea to put a camera out there!!!  It's like having you're own 'Animal Planet' show.    I love all of these pics, except for the deer with the gaping hole. 
 
Thanks for sharing. 
 
~M

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From: MSN Nicknamebreeze_tiogaSent: 10/26/2005 1:58 PM
A few more turkeys, our injured buddy ( looks like it's healing, though ), another fox, and a squirrel.
 

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From: MSN NicknameSmigChickSent: 10/26/2005 10:14 PM
Is that your corn field???
 
Those look like female turkeys, btw...am I right?
 
Glad that little dude is healing...I wonder how he got injured in the first place? (Maybe I don't want to know, lol)
 
I love squirrels *ducks for cover* Yes, I know they're rodents, lol. They're just so dang cute. And there are tons in my mom's neighborhood, they devour her oranges. I can't wait to see how Frankie's going to react to them. We only occasionally see them in my area, and it's usually one ratty-tailed goober running along the phone lines to get from one pole to the next (and subsequently, a tree) - Frankie freaks out, barking, lol. Cracks me up.
 

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From: MSN Nicknamebreeze_tiogaSent: 10/27/2005 12:55 AM
Yup, thats our cornfield, we planted 3 of them this year.  It was just cow corn, we give it to the neighbors for their cows, and they give us hay for the horses.
 
Well, that injury could have come from anywhere I suppose.  It could have been a predator, possibly a coyote, he is still young, or a branch if he was running from something, or even another deer that has horns.  Right now, the buck are pretty irritable, looking for the does in heat.
 
Most likely, they are all hens.  The hens usually stay together in groups, large groups, there might be a couple little guys with them, though.  If they were the gobblers, you would definately see beards on them.
 
 

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From: MSN Nickname_AmesSent: 10/28/2005 7:26 PM
My mom saw a coyote running around our neighborhood the other night. eek!

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