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Wapsi Tree Rat

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First time ever in my life putting a trail cam up this early, so I have zero experience with "normality's" of things this time of year.

So please forgive my ignorance....what the heck are those black spots?


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bigbuckhunter88

PMA Member
No clue. First guess would be stickers, ticks, flies. In front of the bucks shoulder is that just something in the picture, wet spot or is that actually a bloody spot like it appears to be
 

Wapsi Tree Rat

Well-Known Member
After farther review I'm feeling a bit better. Same buck 24 hrs later and appears to have significantly fewer black spots.



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jkratz5

Super Moderator
Flies of the little small burrs. They are full of them this time of year, nothing to worry about.

good looking buck by the way!!!
 

Wi transplant

PMA Member
Gonna say our horses are coverd in flies that look same as those! Must be miserable!!

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Daver

PMA Member
Looks like flies on both of them. This year is the worst we’ve had flies in a long time up home. Barely any mosquitoes though!


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Correct...no mosquitoes that I have seen...but flies are thick. When the big horseflies won't leave me alone...I have a little badminton racquet I keep on the 4 wheeler to whack them with. :)
 
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