probably about 15yrs ago, my uncle went out to water his cattle. As he entered the field, he saw a coyote up ahead. After getting closer he noticed that the coyote was nawing on a buck....make that 2 BUCKS.
Two big bucks got tangled up, and from exhaustion, they collapsed. They were both still alive, just on the ground. The coyote thought he had and easy meal.
Well, my uncle scared the coyote away. This was the last day of bow season in KS, he had not filled his tag, nor had his neighbor. He called his neighbor and they each put a deer down. This was not being sporty, just humane.
My uncle now has the deer mounted in the corned of his family room. Each head on a wall, leaning into each other all locked up. The taxidermist took something like 300 pics before he untangled them.
We were leaving my granparents house the morning that this happened, i think it was thanksgiving? We stopped by to see my uncle and say bye. He had the deer held up by his tractor bucket in his front yard. At that point he still couldn't believe it.
.....you've got to ask yourself a question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?
Die' en ain't much of a livin' son.