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The EYES have it

October 9, 2010
By GARRY BRANDENBURG

WHITETAIL DEER vision is uniquely adapted to this specie's needs in the survival game of life. As an avid deer hunter, I know that movement is the first thing a deer may tend to pick up on ... if their nose or ears have not already detected me in a tree-stand. So I try to move very slowly, stay silent, and I've learned long ago to hunt into the wind or hunt from stands only when the wind will blow any of my scent molecules away from the most likely approach pathways of deer.

 
 
 

 

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