After moving this camera, I continued walking the loop, dropping feed at the usual spots. One of them, which you'll see next week, is a spot where I used to put trace mineral blocks. Over time, the deer have created a good-sized hole by eating the salt-laden clay.
Bucks shed their antlers every year and grow new ones the next. On the ground inside the lick I found the smallest shed I've ever seen, and picked it up as a keepsake. From top-to-bottom it is just over 6" long. I brought it home and took a photo to share on this blog entry.
From there, I went inside to take a look at the photos on the memory card. Imagine my surprise!