Deer Feeders: Tips to Allure Deer for Hunting and
Backyard Deer Watching
If you're longing to watch those beautiful deer come
in your own backyard, or you want to allure deer to
a specific hunting stand, deer feeders are an excellent
solution. Deer feeders play an important role in deer
hunting and deer watching because they help allure deer
to desired area. Here are some great ways to use deer
feeders and tips for getting great results.
Watch Deer Swam to Your Yard
There's nothing more beautiful than to watch deer feeding
in nature. If you live in a wooded area, you're in the
perfect spot for deer watching. Place your deer feeder
in your yard where you can see it from a window - perhaps
a kitchen window or living area window. Keep the deer
feeder far enough away were the deer won't get spooked,
but close enough to enjoy watching them when they arrive.
Some deer feeders have been known to attract entire
families of deer. This is a real treat, and the kids
will love it!
You can use a regular deer feeder or protein feeder,
but be sure to mix in some corn or rice brand. If corn
or rice alone doesn't attract deer to the area, try
adding apples to the feeder and placing a water trough
nearby as well. Water and food together are sure to
get attention. Deer are also attracted to salt licks
and peanut butter. You can try spreading some peanut
abutter on nearby trees to create a trail to your deer
Keep a close eye on your deer feeder to make sure other
animals aren't getting to it before the deer. If placing
the feeder in a pasture where there are cows, use rice
brand instead of corn. Cows usually will not eat rice
brand. Also, use a feeder that's too high off the ground
for the cows to reach, but just the right height for
a large deer.
A Nature Photographer's Dream
If you are a nature photographer, deer feeders are perfect
for capturing deer on film in their natural habitat.
A feeder can be placed within a wooded area or in your
own backyard. Be sure to place the feeder where you
can snap photos without scaring away the deer. If you
use a professional lens with an extra long zoom, you
should have no problem photographing the deer from a
distance. As long as the deer can't hear or see you
while you're taking the photos, you'll be able to capture
some great images!
Attract those lovely deer to your own backyard.
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