• a dear deer visitor

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    Hello All!

    I had a visitor this morning:

    https://kolico.ca/mpg/a-deer-VID_20210410_075723.mp4

    There were actually two of them, but I only had the mind to try
    and film something when the 1st one had already walked by.



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    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: Ogg to All on Sat Apr 10 2021 09:04 am

    Hello All!

    I had a visitor this morning:

    https://kolico.ca/mpg/a-deer-VID_20210410_075723.mp4

    There were actually two of them, but I only had the mind to try


    i used to have a wild turkey in my yard all the time. i think someone caught him and ate him. he used to fight people on the street that bothered him.
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    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: Ogg to All on Sat Apr 10 2021 09:04 am

    Hello All!

    I had a visitor this morning:

    https://kolico.ca/mpg/a-deer-VID_20210410_075723.mp4

    There were actually two of them, but I only had the mind to try
    and film something when the 1st one had already walked by.

    Hahahaha that is great.

    We have foxes and boars but they don't want to be filmed.

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  • From Ogg@VERT/CAPCITY2 to Arelor on Sat Apr 10 21:31:00 2021
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    Hello Arelor!

    ** On Saturday 10.04.21 - 17:55, Arelor wrote to Ogg:

    https://kolico.ca/mpg/a-deer-VID_20210410_075723.mp4

    Hahahaha that is great.

    We have foxes and boars but they don't want to be filmed.

    My higher vantage point (and dirty window) probably helped to
    prevent the animal to notice me and get spooked. Wild deer,
    unless they are feeding at a purposful feeding station, are hard
    to film.

    I have an old clip from the 80s where I filmed some things
    around the farm early one foggy morning. And in EVERY scene that
    had an animal, be it dog or bird, seemed to NOT want to be
    filmed and just disappeared from the scene. That seemed pretty
    funny to me. It was converted from its original 8mm to VHS, and
    then I converted it suitable for DVD. I'll have to dig that up
    and see if I could share the clip.

    Meanwhile, I produced a smaller version of the deer clip, only
    5MB, instead of 15MB.

    960x540, Data Rate: 2462kbps

    https://kolico.ca/mpg/a-deer-VID_20210410_960x540.mp4

    I think it's a pretty good compromise without loosing the
    smoothness of motion. The details of the wave motion in the lake
    are still retained.

    I'm impressed how some feature films that run 90 minutes look
    good at 400MB in their mp4 recreations. I suppose they reduce
    the data rate.

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  • From Ogg@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Sat Apr 10 21:39:00 2021
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    Hello MRO!

    ** On Saturday 10.04.21 - 17:31, MRO wrote to Ogg:

    i used to have a wild turkey in my yard all the time. i
    think someone caught him and ate him. he used to fight
    people on the street that bothered him. -+-

    Ah.. a turkey with character. They are nomadic.. so it probably
    found a new place to hang out when the food source dried up - or
    it eventually went to seek the company of its own kind. I'd
    usually see a bunch of them hanging out together and crossing
    the backroads in my area.


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  • From HusTler@VERT/HAVENS to Ogg on Sun Apr 11 07:52:06 2021
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    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: Arelor to Ogg on Sat Apr 10 2021 05:55 pm

    I had a visitor this morning:

    https://kolico.ca/mpg/a-deer-VID_20210410_075723.mp4

    Very cool. Where is this? Which State?

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  • From Ogg@VERT/CAPCITY2 to HusTler on Sun Apr 11 18:08:00 2021
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    Hello HusTler!

    ** On Sunday 11.04.21 - 07:52, HusTler wrote to Ogg:

    I had a visitor this morning:
    https://kolico.ca/mpg/a-deer-VID_20210410_075723.mp4

    Very cool. Where is this? Which State?

    In no State. It took place in a Province of Canada. ;)


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    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: Arelor to Ogg on Sat Apr 10 2021 05:55 pm

    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: Ogg to All on Sat Apr 10 2021 09:04 am

    Hello All!

    I had a visitor this morning:

    https://kolico.ca/mpg/a-deer-VID_20210410_075723.mp4

    There were actually two of them, but I only had the mind to try
    and film something when the 1st one had already walked by.

    Hahahaha that is great.

    We have foxes and boars but they don't want to be filmed.


    my neighbor is a cop and he tried to shoot a raccoon that was destroying the roof of his porch. he got in trouble for discharging a firearm in city limits. he probably lied and said it attacked him. i saw the raccoon on my cameras this morning. it has a wound on his right hip but walks fine and eats fine.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Ogg on Mon Apr 12 08:38:51 2021
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    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: Ogg to MRO on Sat Apr 10 2021 09:39 pm

    Hello MRO!

    ** On Saturday 10.04.21 - 17:31, MRO wrote to Ogg:

    i used to have a wild turkey in my yard all the time. i
    think someone caught him and ate him. he used to fight
    people on the street that bothered him. -+-

    Ah.. a turkey with character. They are nomadic.. so it probably
    found a new place to hang out when the food source dried up - or
    it eventually went to seek the company of its own kind. I'd
    usually see a bunch of them hanging out together and crossing
    the backroads in my area.

    there's a nature preserve near me and the DRN decided to introduce wild turkeys into a busy city. i didnt know turkeys could fly but they can and one time when i was snow blowing he attacked me because i was all bundled up. i had to take off my mask and hood and he recognized me and stopped.
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  • From HusTler@VERT/HAVENS to Ogg on Mon Apr 12 08:54:05 2021
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    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: Ogg to HusTler on Sun Apr 11 2021 06:08 pm

    I had a visitor this morning:
    https://kolico.ca/mpg/a-deer-VID_20210410_075723.mp4

    Very cool. Where is this? Which State?

    In no State. It took place in a Province of Canada. ;)

    I thought you were in NY. I have a friend that lives in Saratoga that has a cam in his back yard. He has all kinds of critters back there. Deer, racoons, fox just to name a few. ;-)

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    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: MRO to Arelor on Mon Apr 12 2021 08:37 am


    my neighbor is a cop and he tried to shoot a raccoon that was destroying the roof of his porch. he got in trouble for discharging a firearm in city limi he probably lied and said it attacked him. i saw the raccoon on my cameras this morning. it has a wound on his right hip but walks fine and eats fine.

    I wonder why it is cops who are always messing up with guns.

    In the local target shooting club, it is always the cop who steal Santa Figurines and use them for target practice in CHristmas, or make illegal modifications in sporting guns and end up blowing their noses up :-(

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  • From Ogg@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Mon Apr 12 16:38:00 2021
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    Hello MRO!

    ** On Monday 12.04.21 - 08:38, MRO wrote to Ogg:

    one time when i was snow blowing he attacked me because i
    was all bundled up. i had to take off my mask and hood and
    he recognized me and stopped.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Ah.. they do say "it takes one to know one".



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  • From Ogg@VERT/CAPCITY2 to HusTler on Mon Apr 12 16:45:00 2021
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    Hello HusTler!

    ** On Monday 12.04.21 - 08:54, HusTler wrote to Ogg:

    In no State. It took place in a Province of Canada. ;)

    I thought you were in NY. I have a friend that lives in
    Saratoga that has a cam in his back yard. He has all kinds
    of critters back there. Deer, racoons, fox just to name a
    few. ;-)

    I've imagined setting something up too. I'd love to have several
    cameras covering different parts around the house. But I don't
    have full-time internet service.


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    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: Arelor to MRO on Mon Apr 12 2021 12:58 pm

    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: MRO to Arelor on Mon Apr 12 2021 08:37 am


    my neighbor is a cop and he tried to shoot a raccoon that was destroying the roof of his porch. he got in trouble for discharging a firearm in city limi he probably lied and said it attacked him. i saw the raccoon on my cameras this morning. it has a wound on his right hip but walks fine and eats fine.

    I wonder why it is cops who are always messing up with guns.

    In the local target shooting club, it is always the cop who steal Santa Figurines and use them for target practice in CHristmas, or make illegal modifications in sporting guns and end up blowing their noses up :-(

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    i have his number so i sent him a pic of the raccoon. i dont think he liked that. i bought him some predator urine. he had a squirrel in a trap and i released it. ever since i let the squirrel go, he didnt trap any others.
    i think they passed the word on
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Ogg on Tue Apr 13 02:50:17 2021
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    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: Ogg to MRO on Mon Apr 12 2021 04:38 pm

    Hello MRO!

    ** On Monday 12.04.21 - 08:38, MRO wrote to Ogg:

    one time when i was snow blowing he attacked me because i
    was all bundled up. i had to take off my mask and hood and
    he recognized me and stopped.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Ah.. they do say "it takes one to know one".

    no, i had been feeding him seeds and he trusted me.
    it is kind of scarey being attacked by a turkey because they do have those 2 inch spurs on their legs and they make themselves big and they fly right up into you.
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  • From Ogg@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Tue Apr 13 09:06:00 2021
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    Hello MRO!

    he recognized me and stopped.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Ah.. they do say "it takes one to know one".

    no, i had been feeding him seeds and he trusted me.

    OH! That's different. I thought you were being facitious.

    Growing up on a farm, we'd feed the chickens and "talk" to them
    while doing so. They'd get used to your voice or the sound of
    the grain in the bucket.

    May your turkey was a more visual kind of creature.

    it is kind of scarey being attacked by a turkey because they
    do have those 2 inch spurs on their legs and they make
    themselves big and they fly right up into you. -+-

    Ah.. I did not realize that concern. :/
    In that case: turkey +1, human 0



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    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: Ogg to MRO on Tue Apr 13 2021 09:06 am

    no, i had been feeding him seeds and he trusted me.

    OH! That's different. I thought you were being facitious.

    Growing up on a farm, we'd feed the chickens and "talk" to them
    while doing so. They'd get used to your voice or the sound of
    the grain in the bucket.


    turkeys also can remember complex geography and information about it. if there is one week out of a year when there's some fruit bushes that are plentyful, that turkey will be there at the right time each year.

    they're not stupid animals. i'm worried about the one i'm talking about because i havent seen him in a long time and the people around here are shitty.
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    MRO wrote to Arelor <=-

    i have his number so i sent him a pic of the raccoon. i dont think he liked that. i bought him some predator urine.

    I've had a recurring problem with skunks living under my house, a year ago, one of them got tracked inside by a raccoon and the skunk later died under
    my house of its injuries. Worst smell ever.

    I've managed it by, instead of throwing my dog's poop in the garbage can
    after our walk, occasionally I'll leave one where they're coming into the basement area. Keeps them away.

    Tough little critters, they keep tearing holes in metal screen foundation vents. I'm going to have to get solid metal vented plates and get one of
    those one-way gated vents so I don't trap them underneath the house. I do
    NOT want that experience again...



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  • From Ogg@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Wed Apr 14 08:56:00 2021
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    Hello MRO!

    ** On Wednesday 14.04.21 - 02:07, MRO wrote to Ogg:

    they're not stupid animals. i'm worried about the one i'm talking about because i havent seen him in a long time and the people around here are shitty. -+-

    Or, nature took its course (old age?) or an injury. Or, a
    predator found it.

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    Re: Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to MRO on Tue Apr 13 2021 06:26 am

    i have his number so i sent him a pic of the raccoon. i dont think he liked that. i bought him some predator urine.

    I've had a recurring problem with skunks living under my house, a year ago, one of them got tracked inside by a raccoon and the skunk later died under my house of its injuries. Worst smell ever.

    I've managed it by, instead of throwing my dog's poop in the garbage can after our walk, occasionally I'll leave one where they're coming into the basement area. Keeps them away.



    i've never seen a raccoon fight a skunk. usually raccoon just want food and dont have any conflict with any other animals.

    get some coyote urine and mark the areas. that should keep the little critters away.
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    Re: a dear deer visitor
    By: Ogg to MRO on Wed Apr 14 2021 08:56 am

    Hello MRO!

    ** On Wednesday 14.04.21 - 02:07, MRO wrote to Ogg:

    they're not stupid animals. i'm worried about the one i'm talking about because i havent seen him in a long time and the people around here are shitty. -+-

    Or, nature took its course (old age?) or an injury. Or, a

    someone probably killed him.

    there was one that was around the college and someone broke it's leg.
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    MRO wrote to poindexter FORTRAN <=-

    i've never seen a raccoon fight a skunk. usually raccoon just want food and dont have any conflict with any other animals.

    I assumed it was a raccoon, as they're small enough and brave enough around here to take one on.

    get some coyote urine and mark the areas. that should keep the little critters away.

    Gophers are my next project. There's a power called Critter Ridder that's mostly capsaicin and cayenne pepper that is supposed to work well.


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    MRO wrote to Arelor <=-

    Tough little critters, they keep tearing holes in metal screen
    foundation vents. I'm going to have to get solid metal vented plates
    and get one of those one-way gated vents so I don't trap them
    underneath the house. I do NOT want that experience again...

    I've used mesh bags full of moth balls to keep them out. It usually
    works unless they are in "ignore all" mode.

    I once had a skunk that was walking around my driveway as I was
    approaching it. I looked at it, it looked at me, I backed up, and the
    skunk took off into my neighbors yard. Thank god!


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    Dream Master wrote to poindexter FORTRAN <=-

    I've used mesh bags full of moth balls to keep them out. It usually
    works unless they are in "ignore all" mode.

    I tried moth balls, they didn't seem to bother them.


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    Ogg wrote to All <=-

    Hello All!

    I had a visitor this morning:

    https://kolico.ca/mpg/a-deer-VID_20210410_075723.mp4

    There were actually two of them, but I only had the mind to try
    and film something when the 1st one had already walked by.


    Nice one. Quite relaxed, perhaps because it has not spotted you ;)

    In my neighbourhood I see a lot of deers passing by.

    Actually I helped small pack to get out from a dead end with fences to private plots that they tried to tresspass almost killing themselves while trying.

    One morning I had a fun moment while checking post mail in the morning and on the road I saw 5 of them running on the street from right to left.

    But deer is all cute and so freaking when they see/smell you that you barely have a chance to shake hand.

    It's totally different game with boars and foxes I also spot occasionaly near by.
    With these you must be careful and keep your distance.

    /h1
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