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Chief dosen't feed them, he is giving them a drink. :lol:
He has another picture of Quail drinking, also in his backyard. I think he gives the Quail Beer. It's another great photo. Thanks Chief :lol:
 

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What chief hasent told you folks yet is he lives right next door to the desert museum... LOL... Or might as well. he has more critters in his back yard on a regular basis then most of us see in several seasons of hunting them. LOL.. Nice pics chief!! Those are some healthy looking reds. She must be a good parent.





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Backyard view from the patio. Thanks Paul & Shane for coming to my defense, I was going to reply but thought a picture would be worth more than what I was going to say.
 
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Not more than 30 yards from the back patio. A few weeks back we had a nice mountain lion sunning himself on that rock pile in the top right hand corner. Couldn't get close enough for a picture, have since bought a telescopic lens for the digital.
 

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Hey Chief,

Is that your property? Can you hunt it? I only ask because I would have been looking for the rifle and not the camera when the lion was spotted! :)

I probably would have flung an arrow at that buck too. :)

Either way, you are one lucky guy to have that kind of view out the back porch. I am jealous.
 
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Not all our property, some of it in the first picture belongs to you, national forest, but it borders our place, we probably own about half way up the mountain. The picture of the buck is on our property and you can see the fence behind him, the lion was on deeded property but could have shot him if'n I was so inclined. I've killed enough lions to last me a lifetime, don't need to kill anymore. The buck isn't as big as he looks in the picture but your more than welcome to come on down and try for either one of them. We don't see the cat to often, maybe only two or three times a year. However this year we have seen him more than we have in the past. Had a nice sow and two cubs visting about two weeks ago, couldn't get a picture. Been thinking about buying a trailcam but am hesitant to do that. We have a lot of illegals coming through and I'm afraid the camera wouldn't last very long.
 
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Awesome

Chief what can I say. AWESOME. Love your pictures. And is that house next door to you still for SALE. :roflpmp:
 
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On second thought I do feed the wildlife. We have an abundance of ground squirrels and I try to feed at least one or two to the turkey vultures on a daily basis. This guy is enjoying an early afternoon snack.
 

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Chief said:
On second thought I do feed the wildlife. We have an abundance of ground squirrels and I try to feed at least one or two to the turkey vultures on a daily basis. This guy is enjoying an early afternoon snack.
ha...i knew it, LOL.one thing is for sure though.......them buzzards are UUUGLY.great pics!!
 

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Chief,


You had me going with the Pic of your back yard, I spent about 10 minutes trying to pick critters outof it. I finally scrolled down and read the caption. LOL.. I think I might have found a couple of deer. :D or at least thought I might have.


And I would also have been after that cat. Got a couple up on the ranch right now that have all but decimated the deer population. Going up after them next Sun. Thats if we cant find any whitetail to fling arrows at. My cousin has a call thats already proven itself. With any luck I will be able to post a couple of pics next week. Keep your fingers crossed.. the ranch boss is going to be turning his yearlings out in that pasture next week also.
 
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