The following is About US and our thoughts for a great Whitetail Deer Site. Please contact us with your thoughts and suggestions.
Our plan is to have a website devoted to all of you who want to expand your knowledge of the Whitetail Deer Family. This is a family oriented site intended especially for the outdoor enthusiast and the hunter, be you a beginner or expert.
For one thing, it's a fun site for sharing any information or tips on taking great pictures in the outdoors. If you're interested in pictures, you will find some very good ones here. You'll be able to post your picture of live whitetail deer here, along with pictures of your trophy whitetail deer, as long as they are done in good taste. Pictures can be of animals, or just great scenery shots of where you hunt.
We'll also offer advice on keeping a journal of your field observations of Whitetail Deer in their natural surroundings.
This is a site for the average person, not one loaded with pictures and stories of hunts you or I will never be able to go on. I believe what the average person wants is a site with a forum where ideas can be exchanged, along with personal information and observations of whitetail deer. One where beginner and seasoned enthusiast can exchange their opinions on the future of the Whitetail in this country, and teaching respect for the animal we love to hunt or photograph.
Articles about whitetail deer anatomy, biology, habitat, and aging are included. We will also be talking about whitetail deer management.
We are also working on an e-book you will be able to buy for a modest price and download to take with you in the field. This ebook will contain information on field dressing, skinning and butchering of your harvested whitetail deer.
Another important point to remember is that each deer harvested is itself a trophy. Each requires the proper care in the field and during the process of converting it into meat for your table. We will have a page where everyone can put up their favorite recipes, be it whitetail deer or any other type recipe they want to share.
Stick with us in the future and advise us on what you'd like to see added in the way of articles and information. Thank you for your interest in The Whitetail Deer.
This is a picture of a Mature Whitetail Doe I took from one of my tree stands in the fall. I suggest you always have a camera with you in the woods and especially in your tree stand. At this time I only shoot doe and fawn whitetail deer with a camera. This doe was about 25 feet from the bottom of my tree stand. It’s always great fun to see how close you can get them for a picture.
I have added a few pictures of some of my past success with a bow. I would like people to see that I do harvest a few quality animals. None of them are record book animals but they each represent great memories of time afield. "Harvest Pictures" All the deer harvested where done so with some of my very best friends and they all happen to be very seasoned and successful hunters. They hunted with recurve long before the compound was popular. They have always used primitive weapons be it bow or muzzle loader. Over almost 20 years together of hunting we have watched each other’s children grow into adult hood passing along our knowledge of hunting. Now they have gone off to start their own families. Hopefully they will pass along our knowledge because Knowledge of anything is useless unless it is passed on to others in this world. OK that has bored you enough for now. I just want anyone that reads this site to understand what this great American Tradition is all about. It’s not just the hunting and the success but it’s about respect for the animal and the food it provides for our table. We enjoy the food very much that each harvested animal supplies for our table. Thank you for making this site part of your time. Click on the link to see the pictures.