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  • How many of you see deer or turkeys or whatever and then realize it's garbage or something of that nature?

    How many of you see deer or turkeys or whatever and then realize it's garbage or something of that nature?

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    I always (okay, most of the time) mistake volcanic rocks for Turkeys when glassing, doi!

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      I think everybody misidentifies stuff like that on occassion. Rocks, or stumps look like deer, turkeys, etc. Eyes playing tricks on you.

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      • #4
        I have done it couple of times!!!

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