Mike, I saw that as well. I could be wrong but I think it's a kangaroo showing us his good side. I have seen a few fights between species who are competing for the same food, I wonder how that works out in Australia what with all the critters Down Under.
I can certainly relate to the frustration, was chasing a 160 class whitetail for three years. It was the biggest, oldest deer I or any of my buddies had seen around here and one guy is 75.Last fall I was on top of a small hill overlooking a cornfield and several bedding areas,calling coyotes. Just before dawn this deer walks out of 60 acres of chest high grass,across a harvested corn field on his way to his bed. This 160 class buck is walking across in front of my stand not 100 yard's away! I'm laying there with remington lvvs in 223 on a bipod and I can't lay a finger on him, it's two week's till my season starts ! I would start my caller for a second he would freeze and look, then continue walking till I hit the foxpro,we did that half a dozen times till he reached his bed and laid down!
I went back two weeks later,same hill,same spot but a muzzle loader this time. No deer, went and checked his bed for the rest of the one week season,nada.Finally walked up to his bed and found 30 dead pig's in the little depression that buck had used. Never saw the buck again.
In the immortal word's of Charlie Brown:AAAAAUUUUUUUGGGGHHHH!
Last edited by shorty; 01-14-2008 at 01:41 PM.