I’ve always wanted to see a video of or actually SEE a deer shed it’s antlers, but I never have… until now (maybe). This video shows an albino buck in Wisconsin shed it’s antlers “mostly” on video. The video kind of takes out part of the bucks’ head and you can see the shadow of the deer shaking it’s antlers loose. If this is real, this has got to be not only one of the most rare videos of a deer shedding it’s antlers, but also the coolest. Click through to check it out. Continue Reading →
Is it time to start shed hunting yet? Read on to learn if it’s time for you to get out in the woods and fields.
It’s finally that time of year, the time to get out in the woods and start shed hunting…. or is it? We’ve posted several informative blogs on how to get better at finding shed antlers, but you need to know when to get out and look! How do you know when to get out and look though? Well, in Wisconsin and most of the northern midwest, we still have a ton of snow, but that can be helpful in certain situation. Each one of us will have a different set of situations and locations to find sheds, but take into account these considerations and you will know exactly when to start shed hunting in your area. Now get out and find some antlers! Continue Reading →
#ShedRally 2014 is the World’s Largest Shed Hunt and will be on March 1, 2014.
Get ready to do some walking on March 1st, 2014 and make sure that your eyes are sharp because the people over at Whitetail Properties have dubbed the first Saturday in March “Shed Rally.” Continue Reading →
Many Factors Affect the Timing of Deer Antlers Shedding
In our last post on shed hunting, we discussed several factors on when you should start shed hunting and as you can see, there are many variables to that. After you figure out your area and when you need to get out to find sheds, it’s also a good idea to figure out what is most important to finding shed antlers, what affects the timing of antler drop? This debate has gone on for a long time, but there are proven factors that determine when bucks shed their antlers in the spring. Continue Reading →