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How the First Frost Affects Whitetail Behavior

Photo by Charles Alsheimer Sweet Greens: A pair of New York bucks feed on a frosted brassica field. Both whitetails and hunters face drastic changes with the first frosts of autumn. Foods that drew deer consistently in September suddenly lack appeal; others that were ignored become magnets for big bucks. The hunter who stays in sync with these changes and adapts his strategy for this frost effect will be ahead of the game and will not be watching yesterday’s food source.
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