PBS Show on White Tail

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  1. LeeBo337

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    Set your DVR for PBS - Nature: The Private Life of Deer. I missed it tonight but several re-airings from now until Sunday.
     
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    I caught that last night. Great show! They showed some really BIG bucks too, and they looked like they were in a southern state, judging by the surroundings. I just hope they weren't farm deer. :(
     
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    Thanks. Set the DVR.
     
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    It says they were in the suburbs of New York City.
     
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    Maybe for part of it, but they were showing Spanish Moss hanging from the trees in some of the footage.
     
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    Hoping I can catch another airing. I missed it and I'll be off this weekend.
     
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    I can't find another airing, but it looks like the full episode is online...
     
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    I'll have to look for it on the PBS App :tu:
     
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    Just checked and I found it on the PBS app on my AppleTV. I put it in my queue. Apparently it originally aired in May.
     
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    Thanks for the link.. I have seen this and it's Great!
     
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    It's on You Tube I watched it a week or so before it was on the other night.
     
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    Thanks for the link!
     
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    Watched it last night. Am I the only one that wasn't impressed??

    I like the one biologist that placed camera collars on deer and said they "Discovered" that deer are more social (grooming, etc) than ever thought, and that does fight.


    ...Duh.
     
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    I totally agree. It was interesting to some degree but the last 20 or 30 minutes dragged on for me with no significant information. It is good to see this sort of thing in the public eye, however I think they missed a really good opportunity to talk about the problems with overpopulation and how urban archery can help to solve those problems
     
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    It was alright

    I dont care for the whole "urban" deer thing. Everyone here knows im not into shooting those petting zoo bucks (Even though it happens, and its legal). Its just not for me.

    I did enjoy the biology behind their digestive system though.
     
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    I saw part of it and really liked it.
     
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    Thanks for the link... just bookmarked it. I'll watch it tomorrow.
     
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    I wasn't all that in awe over it either...certainly no groundbreaking info in it but I did enjoy it nonetheless. I managed to get my daily deer fix from it, lol.
     
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    some of it was pretty interesting... some of it was kindda blah--- the coyote silhouette and the deer reaction to them in an urban environment was kindda cool ... considering the deer weren't afraid of the dogs and learned there limitations ! lol
     

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