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Another local stag

Description: Access allowed me to get him out in 1 piece
Poster: B-dog
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Franchise
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Registered: December 2008
Location: Castalia, NC
Posts: 4,846
Fri April 19, 2013 19:54 Rating: 10.00 

B-dog, you have taken many fine big game animals!

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jamesfromjersey
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Registered: January 2004
Location: New Jersey
Posts: 9,689
Tue April 23, 2013 18:16 Rating: 10.00 

B, I`am I right in saying that the stag in NZ are like whitetail in the eastern US...

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B-dog
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Registered: May 2010
Location: Maketu, Bay of Plenty New Zealand
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Thu April 25, 2013 00:56

Thanks for your comments Franchise, and James if white tail are relatively common in the eastern US, I'd say this would be case with red deer here in NZ a close second would be fallow. Fallow tend to inhabit areas close to humans preferring grassland to feed, where as Red's more often than not frequent large tracts of forest both indigenous and plantation.
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