More big Kansas white tail bucks

This big nocturnal, Kansas whitetail buck ,  antlers still in velvet, was hard to capture on one of my friend Scott Morgan’s many trail cams. Scott has several cameras scattered over a wide area near his home in eastern Kansas. He’s hoping to get a shot of a cougar that has been sighted in the vicinity. So far no luck on the cougar but lots of deer and turkey.

Author: BruceCochran

Bruce Cochran graduated from Oklahoma University in 1960 with a B.A. in design. He worked as a humor writer/illustrator for Hallmark Cards from 1960 – 1962 and has freelanced as a writer, cartoonist and illustrator since then. Cochran drew daily sports cartoon for USA Today from 1983 – 1991. He has 10 humor/cartoon books published by Willow Creek Press and his work appears regularly in Wyoming Wildlife, Outdoor News, On Wisconsin Outdoors, Pheasants Forever Journal, Wildfowl, Gundog, Ducks Unlimited magazine, Delta Waterfowl and other publications. He also writes and illustrates a regular humor column for Wyoming Wildlife News. Bruce won first place in the magazine humor category of OWAA’s EIC contest in 2000, 2004, 2008, 2009, and 2010. Life Sponsor: Ducks Unlimited. Life member: NRA. Member: Pheasants Forever, Trout Unlimited, OWAA and Outdoor Writers of Kansas.

3 thoughts on “More big Kansas white tail bucks”

  1. Hi Bruce! Yah, that’s a pretty fair buck. I think things are trending up here in NE Kansas for bucks. I have another cam out on the Walnut creek drainage 340 miles west that hasn’t been checked since early May! It’s at an isolated spot that, well, is one lonely place. Even the landowners haven’t been back there. There might not be crap on the cam, who knows. Nonetheless, I can’t wait to get back in there and change out the card. If there’s anything interesting, I’ll post it here.

  2. Trail cam shots can sure be interesting, especially the closeups that look like animals doing selfies. Amazing how those big bucks can disappear from sight.

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