Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Mid-Summer Bucks


As mid-summer approaches the ripening grass heads are now turning brown in the areas not yet mowed. Meanwhile the whitetail bucks antlers continue to develop at a rapid pace.

By now the bucks have developed their main-beams. For the remainder of their development over the next six to seven weeks the visible growth will occur in the points.

6 comments:

Faye Pekas said...

Great shot. I imagine they are enjoying that tall grass.

Bradley Myers said...

They look like they will be two nice bucks. You and Willard are getting some great photos from the meadows again this year.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Salty: You have been having fun with your deer. What neat photos.

Montanagirl said...

Great photo of the two bucks, Salty. Thank Mrs. Salty for her kind comments on my blog!

Gabriella said...

Nice pics of the deer! I have one on my blog. We were in Gatlinburg vacationing in May and saw many deer, bear, and other critters in the Smokey Mountain National Park.

Sam said...

Wow!!! What a fantastic shot! The bucks are sooo pretty.

sam

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