Mallards are saved by Hen Houses
17 October 2023
Recently, we wrote a piece about seeing little child whitetails.
The community accounts of small bucks in San Saba County by Editor-In-Chief Chester Moore served as the starting point. They were seen by his father and uncle in the 1970s.
Dusty Brown, a audience, described his face, which took place in San Saba County as well.
Your article on the sub white tails was only read by me. This is something I want to tell you. Up until approximately 12 years ago, my family had a lease on fabric belt rd. My father and I witnessed a small microscopic 8 point fighting two additional deer and beating both of them approximately 15 years ago. In our booth, we were giggling at this little tiny horse. Perhaps the does he was pursuing were about a foot shorter than him. My father told him about that horse after we returned and he picked up his support from the requires the year before. When the requires questioned my dad about why he hadn’t shot him, my father responded that it was not for shooting. Because total body mounts are extremely uncommon to see and, in his opinion, are even more uncommon than adult antelope, the taxidermist said he would have them mounted for us. However, I do not have a picture of that little guy because we never saw him again. We were laughing so hard that day that I just have the memory of that kill and am on the verge of breaking down in tears. I just wanted to share that with you. I am aware that you all reported seeing one in San Saba. I was really wondering where you all saw yours.
Internet protected if you’ve ever seen a hunter like this or have any photos or videos of one.