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https://www.skylinewebcams.com/en/webcam/united-states/maine/brownville/deer-pantry.html < live cam, but you can scroll back like 12 hours and see some monster bucks.

Enjoy a live view from Maine with this webcam on the Browville Deer Food Pantry. The Brownville Food Pantry for Deer provides the white-tailed deer population in Central Maine with approximately 400 pounds of oats per day.

Located north of Milo along the Pleasant River in Piscataquis County, Brownville is named after Francis Brown, one of the first settlers.
This city is the eastern gateway to The Hermitage, a beautiful old-growth pine stand owned by the National Park Service, and the Gulf Hagas, a mountain gorge located in Maine's North Woods (also called the “Grand Canyon of Maine”), part of the Appalachian Trail (incredible rock formations and beautiful waterfalls).

"Started streaming on Dec 1, 2023 The Brownville Food Pantry For Deer feeds up to 800 pounds of native oats and at least a bushel of apples per day to help sustain the white-tailed deer population through rough winters here in Brownville, Maine. Feeding happens daily around 08:00(8AM) to 09:00(9 AM) Eastern Standard Time starting December 16 and continues to around the beginning of April. These are wild deer and this is not a deer farm. Some of the deer have been coming for more than 10 years. At times there are 200+ deer at the pantry. Wild turkeys also come and eat the native oats along side the deer. There is no Chronic Wasting Disease, or CWD in wild deer in Maine. Please don't complain about it in chat. These deer are all very healthy and there has never been any type of disease spread among these deer. This "Yarding" of deer happens in Maine every winter, even if they were not being fed. You may see deer that are lame. Experts tell us that leaving them alone is the best thing we can do for them. Thank you for watching!"

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