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    Quote Originally Posted by justinthedoc View Post
    Ah the mystic flight of the arrow.... Now that I look at it it does look like a hawk or something like that on a up wing beat when you blow it up. It doesnt make sense cause if you look hard enough you can see the trunk of a tree right where you think the head is, and what looks like ears I believe is the tail. Just my take
    Yep could be ... tough pic.

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    haha, ur right on the money justin, its funny what you see when your mind allready has something inplace

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    I think Justin got it. After looking at it again, I would say it's a large bird in flight too.
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    Its a bird, its a ibex, its a "oh yeah, a bird"!!! Thats funny! Good bulls nevertheless...

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    Well....if you ask the Sasquatch hunter guys, I am sure they would be leaning toward a confirmed squatch sighting there.....haha.

    However, I do agree a bird, due to the un obstructed view of the tree in the back ground where as a large animal would have blocked that view.
    I hunt because......

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    Those 3 are definitely all Ibex! I hope I have that Ibex problem this fall.
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    Either a bird landing or taking off or a fallow deer ? Are there exotics on the ranch ?

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    Bird flying away from the camera. Nice on the other pic
    Whooooo!!! Knock'em out John

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    Looks like a pretty productive cam if you ask me. Nice pics.

 

 

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