Saturday, October 4, 2014

Documentary Life of Deer

I do not know what made me think of hunting an elusive animal. My experience with turkey learned too well the dangers of trying to outwit a creature that is millions of years of evolutionary history to elude predators, thinking only of Nimrod with a gun and the Internet could be smarter. However, to use a quote from fishing once heard: "They say that 10% of the fishermen catch 90% of the fish." I think it works the same way for hunting. So the goal is to be one of ten centers that manage to overcome the elusiveness defensive weapons and detection.

Everyone knows that the smell of deer is legendary and the key to their survival. The nose of a deer has about eighty million more olfactory receptors than a bloodhound, so it's safe to say that within three hundred meters that can tell if drank Coors or Budweiser night. No more to say, say nothing more.
And do not forget your vision. Deer have very good peripheral vision 310 degrees, believed to see in the ultraviolet spectrum of low light conditions, and contrary to what many believe; are not really color blind. They are more like the color challenged among longer wavelengths such as green, yellow, orange and red wave, indicating they may be unable to distinguish much between them. Deer documentaries If there is a weakness that lacks a bit of depth perception is hoping that if you can stand still. They pick up any movement of his hunter directly.
Full Nature Documentary The Private Life of Deer 
This ability to see into the ultraviolet range should be cause for concern as much camouflage gear on the market are made with thread that has bleach in the dye or coated with a bleaching agent that makes it look more attractive to the consumer. A Black Light shined in many of these fabrics show that you really psychedelic glow rather avoid the forest, because that's what you see deer, especially in low light.

Hearing is the only sense that is close to parody people. What? I thought a deer can hear a pin drop in a thousand feet! Imagine you spent your whole life living in the woods with nothing to hear but the sounds of the forest. No blaring television or mp3 headphones screaming, no rumors traffic or lawn mowers or weed eaters or chain saws or any of the thousands of continuous noise filtering you almost daily. Now imagine that your ears are four inches tall and can rotate independently. No, you are not sent to Bad Boy Island, a place that now have the opportunity to focus on any sound around you, even if it is behind you.

Now imagine that your average hunter leaves his clodhopper truck slamming, laughing at his friend who has a leak in the tire and then hit the closed charged before tromping off their weapons lock. Hopes that are not solid wood, their new deer ears, it will definitely differ from the rest of the crowd, I might add, picked directly from your half a million hiding away because you've heard everything else all his life, but the sounds forest! Well ... if you say so.

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