Spotting a Hard-Horned Buck at Last Light on the Farm

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  • Wayne's avatar

    Man I got a question, if they are showing up at last light right now you think that means they will be in that area after dark by the time season rolls around? I only have that thought because as we get closer to season the days get shorter and last light now will be pitch black by the time season gets here. Just a thought 🤔

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    @Wayne great question Wayne. In my experience, because deer use the occipital gland to detect diminishing daylight they’re spurred to move based on amount of daylight (in a perfect world) Barring any outside influences, they SHOULD continue to be around at approximately the same amount of light. Hope this helps answer your question!

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    @Jeff Thanks for the info, that helps alot and makes it make alot more sense.

  • Jeff's avatar

    @Wayne no problem! Good luck this season!

  • Wayne's avatar

    @Jeff I appreciate it and good luck to you as well.

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