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Pennsylvania deer and their horns
Henry W. Shoemaker
Originally published: Reading, Pa. : Faust Print. Co., 1915.
|Statement||by Henry W. Shoemaker.|
|Contributions||Lycoming Historical Society (Lycoming County, Pa.)|
|LC Classifications||SK301 .S6 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||91075463|
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The point rack of antlers was officially measured. Pennsylvania Deer and Their Horns (Metalmark) by Henry W. Shoemaker and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A few years ago, I had a discussion with a Michigan naturalist, who claimed that most whitetail bucks lose their antlers by mid- January.
That has not been my observation here in Pennsylvania. When I found my shed, I figured that the process was beginning locally, but a week later, my daughter saw six antlered bucks all together.
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Video shows boys brutally beating deer — Pa. Game Commission investigating. The video shows the boys kick the buck in the face, rip off its antlers, and step on its : Sam Ruland. The story starts in the s, when deer were still present in huge numbers in Pennsylvania. Harry Wharton Shoemaker’s book, “Pennsylvania Deer.
Second, most of Pennsylvania’s antlered males are harvested after the breeding season. About 75 percent of Pennsylvania’s antlered deer harvest occurs during the firearms season in late November and early December. The peak of breeding is mid-November. As a result, most antlered males harvested in Pennsylvania have already passed theirFile Size: KB.
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First state folklorist. In Pennsylvania, once known as a "numbers" state for the both the number of hunters in the woods and the number of deer taken, the vast majority of deer hunters who headed to camp each fall during much of the 20th century were happy to put their tag on a Author: Freddie Mcknight.
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It's only a week away. After all the debate, Pennsylvania's firearms deer season opens Dec. 2 and runs through Dec. Hunters with an appropriate antlerless license may. The application period of the elk hunt opens when licenses go on sale in mid-June and closes July Apply Online. The Pennsylvania Automated License System (PALS) is the site to apply for the elk license drawing and check the status of your application.
Click the first radio button, scroll to the bottom of the page, click 'Start Here' and follow the prompts. About Deer Antlers. Matt Knox Deer Project Coordinator. Antlers are found on all members of the deer family (Cervidae) in North America including deer, elk, caribou, and moose.
Caribou are the only species in which antlers are typically found on females. Antlers are often called “horns” by deer hunters, but they are not. However, for years, most Pennsylvania deer hunters could only dream of harvesting a large antlered buck.
Typically, bucks taken by hunters only had a chance to grow one set of antlers. Few had the larger antlers of an adult buck. One way to change this situation was implementation of antler restrictions. Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Pennsylvania Deer and Their Horns at nd: Henry Wharton Shoemaker.
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Pennsylvania hunters posted their highest overall deer harvest in 15 years when they tookdeer during the state’s hunting seasons, which closed in January, the Pennsylvania Game Commission reported today. The deer harvest topped the previous year’s harvest ofby about 4 percent. freakshow_06 Make no mistake, breeding big bucks is big business and deer farming is a billion dollar industry.
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Bucks certainly can inflict a hurting with their antlers. Just ask anyone who has worked at a deer research facility how dangerous bucks can be during the rut.
However, if this was the main purpose for antlers, then does would have them too. Also free-ranging bucks run from predators and only fight with their antlers as a last resort. Pdf statewide flintlock deer hunting season begins Thursday, continues through Jan.
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