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Well, I come back after being off a few days and the post I started is locked. I was going to answer a few of these posts...

Surprised you did not report this yesterday, but I understand the importance of reporting this after reading the last couple of posts.

I noticed the first Deer was eaten the very first night. I guess the Coyotes just did not want this one.

Interesting also that after a week of Buzzards eating on the Deer that the bullet hole could still be seen, I suppose that they save the bullet hole are for last.

Strange goings on in regard to BT's I guess.

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I didn't report it on the 29th because I found out late in the evening. My daughter (2 years old) was already asleep and the computer is in her room. I didn't think it was worth waking her to post about a dead deer. Sorry.

The first deer was eaten up pretty bad, yes. The coyotes had gotten to it and eaten the guts out of it and eaten up the rib bones and stuff like that, but it was still easy to tell the entry and exit wound because it was mostly intact besides the abdominal area.

The second deer was eaten up pretty bad as well from what I understand. The deer had apparently been laying for 5 days when it was finally found and I don't think it was a pretty site. From my understanding and the clarification of what the doe looked like it was mainly the abdominal area that was torn up and the guts were eaten out.
 

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Sounds like some tall turnips to me...to hide a shoulder shot deer..by golly...

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The deer was not found in the turnip patch. It ran out of the patch, through the woods, and across a creek. I tracked the blood trail through the woods, but eventually it ran out before we found her final resting place.
 
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