Deer-caught-in-fence-eaten-by-coyotes, "buck caught in fence and eaten by coyotes" and rule 4 hey all, just a quick announcement regarding a popular image that has been circulating showing a half-eaten dead buck caught up in a fence, which has shown up quite a few times here in the last couple of days.. No one else finds it odd that not a hair is moved on the whole remaining part of the deer and the fence is barely disturbed. i predict it was a hunter shot buck left overnight, eaten by coyotes then put in the fence for a picture., …under cover (brush, shrubs, trees). lions tend to not leave their food out under open sky. an exception may be if the deer was killed in a fence enclosure, and then the lion is likely to have dried dragging it past the fence..
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While shed antler hunting the past few weeks it was almost too common to walk over a ridge and find another dead deer. on one 50-acre horse pasture i found no less than four dead deer and all had been ravaged by coyotes.and deer weren’t the only unlucky ungulates in my zip code., deer caught in fence eaten by coyotes nsfw : breaks human involvement rule. extra info and announcements please remember that all rules are subject to moderator discretion. before you submit, search the subreddit and run your submission through karma decay to help us avoid reposts..
Posted in r/natureismetal by u/booster_123 • 16 points and 5 comments, i have only seen one in the areas i hunt, and it was probably a 1.5 yr old or that year's fawn. but that's not to say it's not happening on another piece nearby, or that i've seen all that have gotten caught where i'm hunting. 15 - 20 seems like a lot, but i do not doubt it can happen, especially if it's in a higher population area (more deer = more chances).