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December 14, 2018


The Albino Buck

December 14, 2018

Changing Colors

December 13, 2018


Most Fun Ever In A Long Time!

December 13, 2018



Mike Zachary, a conductor for the Canadian National Railway Company living in New Hebron, MS, took his grandson squirrel hunting recently and said he had the most fun in a long time. They both made a lifetime of memories together.  

My congratulations to this little guy and to Grandpa for taking the time to get him out in our great wild Mississippi outdoors!

Bright Side

December 12, 2018


Language!

December 11, 2018


Leslie Shot Out For Hunting Season!

December 11, 2018

 
Leslie Brown of Larmar County, Purvis, MS said  - Okay, okay, okay. I know y’all are tired of seeing my laptop cord pull these bucks out, but I did it again. It was only an old, fat 4 point that needed killing. I am officially at my limit. Three bucks in 2 weeks and I’ve only killed 4 bucks in my whole life (including these 3) it’s been a great season. The freezer is full! I guess I can take a break and let my kids and husband kill some now. 

On her video that she recorded by phone it demonstrates how the charging cord works.  It also shows a button buck with a collar on that came up to this dead buck that stays outdoors and goes and comes as he pleases.  He's not held in a pen or anything like that and the buck likes people, she said!

An up-close picture of her buck with a laptop cord. 

Her boys keeping an eye on the buck for Mom. 

One of her nice bucks!

 Another buck!

My congratulations to Leslie in our great wild and wonderful Mississippi outdoors!  Way to go, Leslie!

Christmas List

December 10, 2018


Fourth Case of MS Deer Disease?

December 10, 2018


Officials say a fourth case of a debilitating deer disease may have been found in Mississippi.  

The State Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks said Thursday that an 18-month-old deer found November 23 in Marshall County test positive for the chronic wasting disease.

The contagious and fatal neurological disease causes deer to have tremors and other movement problems and lose weight.  It's present in 24-other states.

A tissue sample will be further tested to confirm the finding.

Two previous cases have been confirmed in Issaquena County in the Mississippi Delta, while one was confirmed in northeast Mississippi's Pontotoc County.

Safest Spot

December 7, 2018


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