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  1. If you want to increase membership disable the search function for guests
  2. Owner and mods make money by enabling ads. https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/tapatalksupport/viewtopic.php?f=102&t=39350
  3. No controversy. Just a sad ex president clawing for any angle, no matter the consequences
  4. @Chef warning me that blood is slippery
  5. Are you suggesting a HuntingNY poker night?
  6. Perceptual learning conference in Alaska! How do I get on that mailing list?
  7. https://healthfeedback.org/claimreview/study-claiming-ivermectin-reduces-covid-19-mortality-by-92-has-important-methodological-problems/
  8. If using blackhorn 209, follow these recs: https://blackhorn209.com/specs/primers/
  9. Haha! Right on cue! (I almost tagged you my post)
  10. Man, I’ve been putting my little DEP permit at every DEP site I go to. I’ve gotta read the rules more carefully. The DEP is also doing forest management? That’s great! I thought their approach was to not touch it and leave it in a forever wild state. Is this new? Do you now if the cut locations and dates are posted?
  11. Yes, still required but still free. Some DEP areas are heavily patrolled by DEP police so definitely get one
  12. I think you’re probably right that midges have no preferences. But there may be metabolic differences between bucks and does (especially this time of year during rapid antler growth) that makes bucks more susceptible to dying of EHD. Most of the “dead near water” pictures that I’ve seen are of bucks. Perhaps it’s just that dead antlered deer are more striking and so those pictures are shared more often…
  13. Are bucks more susceptible to EHD than does?
  14. The further north in NY you go the better it will be. Look for forests that have been actively managed (cut). If you can walk comfortably through the woods, the age class to probably too old. Find something younger and thicker. Join the Ruffed Grouse Society.
  15. Well, it’s clear that you’ve been hurting for some time. Fortunately there’s help out there. You just have pull yourself up by your bootstraps and go get it.
  16. Good contiguous habitat will mitigate these challenges (predators, disease). The problem arises when you have small fragmented parcels of adequate habitat and disease strikes or predators surge. You can lose the entire local population in such instances, as we’ve seen with grouse
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