I really need to take a lesson from my fellow contributors and never leave home without my camera. I’m fairly certain, however, that Murphy’s Law dictates that I will only encounter four deer grazing in a field if I am completely unprepared.
So, that having been said, I apologize for the photo quality, but 4 deer in a field in Rockport is a pretty cool grab even if the photo isn’t the best.
Adapt or Die Baby. Flat Out One Of The Most Brilliant Defense Mechanisms On Display I’ve Ever Seen.
I don’t care how hungry that coyote is that’s creeping up on the deer. Deer lets one rip like this and the pack of coyotes are like “We out man. I don’t want any part of that stank ass!” Diabolical!!!
I’m guessing that was a three day old chili fart. Had to be right? I just hope the deer had some toilet paper laying around so it could do a wipe check. Don’t want any poop remnants that might have snuck out making your deer butt all stanky. Gotta at least give it one or two test wipes to make sure it’s all clear back there.
That deer in West Gloucester that got surrounded by the coyotes last year could have learned a thing or two from farting deer. Would have saved itself a whole lot of time and aggravation during the standoff. Shoulda just let one rip and that pack of coyote would have high tailed it back to Canada STAT!
BTW this post is for new subscriber Bill.
Filmed On Laurel Street, West Gloucester MA By Shawn Henry
For some strange reason I receive my Good Morning Gloucester Blog in the evening! So for me it is a Good Night Gloucester every night before I go to bed. Thank you for your informative and interesting blog.
Here are a few pics that I took yesterday in the Northeaster Storm. Also there is one of a deer hanging in a tree on Rt. 127 going towards Annisquam that I thought was rather different as it is out in public for all to see. My son who has the award winning Hunter Angler Gardner Cook blog (honest-food.net/blog1/) said it is a spike deer and very good eating. Although he thought hanging it in the front yard was rather brazen!
Happy New Year!
Nancy Shaw from Lanesville