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Acorn crop looking good or bad in your area ?


Phantom

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The big white oak tree, next to my two-story truck  blind out back, is loaded year.  It looks like the got a ways to go yet until they are ready to start dropping.

 

 The deer are going to have some tough choices to make in that area come November: white oak acorns, white clover, turnips, or silver queen sweetcorn.  
 

As long as one or two more of them takes one of my crossbow bolts, shotgun slugs or ML bullets, I’ll be very thankful.  
 

 

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Man I wish there were oaks where I hunt. There's maybe four trees on the whole mountain side, all on state land. All trail side, so bad for deer hunting. (or rather good for seeing lots of hunters and foot traffic, or quads that aren't supposed to be there)

Good to sit on squirrel season, but otherwise....  :mellow:

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I would do a whole red vs white science lesson but I was told to stop showing off.  :pout:

Not to change the subject but when squirrels bury acorns, why do they bite the tips of the whites but not the reds?   And how the heck do they know how and or why to do that? 

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1 minute ago, Rusty said:

I would do a whole red vs white science lesson but I was told to stop showing off.  :pout:

Not to change the subject but when squirrels bury acorns, why do they bite the tips of the whites but not the reds?   And how the heck do they know how and or why to do that? 

Not another pop quiz...

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10 minutes ago, Rusty said:

I would do a whole red vs white science lesson but I was told to stop showing off.  :pout:

Not to change the subject but when squirrels bury acorns, why do they bite the tips of the whites but not the reds?   And how the heck do they know how and or why to do that? 

I'm always willing to learn something! 

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