Paramedics make dramatic bush rescue after hunter falls from tree stand https://t.co/W2KUchqGWi— OntarioMedic (@OntarioMedic) November 16, 2016
It scares me, as I still have a low startle reflex after my trials and tribulations caring for my parents. Hubby always tells me if he is going to use the handvac! The noise startles me. I begin a panic attack.
I spotted the fawn's spots Sept. 3rd: Deer and twin fawns, and they were so cute. They stuck to the forest all summer.
|Hunting in Muskoka|
Deer hunting season began Monday and Lanark County had its first incident! We'll see what toll the season brings. There are a lot of people out hunting, most manage to do it safely!
|Hunters require a licence|
The Ottawa Citizen snickered:
Within hours of deer season opening, a hunter accidentally shot himself in Lanark.
Sat., Nov. 5thI think one twin is male, the other female. ( The one has antler buds.)
She turned up, again, Tuesday, Nov. 8th. She's managing. I just snapped a photo as the babes bounced across the gully!
We usually have one deer each season with a broken leg. This one has managed a long time. I first spotted it on Sept. 27th. Momma has twins. They are old enough to survive.
Broken leg from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.