Thursday, May 19, 2011
I've had my cameras positioned over a deer carcass for several weeks. For the first half of that time, there was almost no action. Fox, fisher and a hawk came by to take a look, but didn't "dig in." Crows made an attempt, but apparently didn't have the ability to penetrate the hide. It was only after a neighborhood dog finally started working on the very-aged carcass that vultures and, ultimately, coyotes started coming by to snack.