DH doesn't hunt, but he knows enough about the rules of it, that he knows people shouldn't be dumping their carcasses on the dirt road across the street from us! (it's illegal to dump them anywhere). Spent all day with the ravens and whatnot circling over and squawking about it. DH went over there and sure enough people drive back on that dirt road a bit and are dumping stuff. Not to mention dh said the elk still had fresh meat on it that wasn't completely harvested. Let's see...hunting season ended like 11 days ago....obviously this animal was killed after hunting season, not to mention dumped illegally, along with some others. Geez - at least go back up in the road a half a mile or a mile and dump it where it's not right across the road from houses. We don't need the rats and vermin that attracts on our properties.
The fish and game guy called dh back and it sounds like they will come out today to check it out. DH had taken a picture of it and showed me. Ugh - what a mess, basically the guy had some stuff in a box and even dumped the box with it all. Meat still on rib cages, the hide, the box. The fish and game guy said they may put up a camera and even a decoy, as dh said as soon as it gets dark vehicles are driving back in there....(hunting season is over). He asked dh if he moved or looked at the box at all and dh said no. The guy said often times the people are dumb and their shipping label with their address is still on the box, LOL. Or he said some are even dumb enough to leave their tag on the animal.
Around noon I go out and give my chickens some scratch. I have to be fast to dump it out of the little cup I use or they are in the way and it lands on top of them. LOL. I was trying to find spot to pour it but I wasn't fast enough and one of them jumped up and grabbed a hold of my ring on my finger. haha. I'm like HEY!
Well, speaking of chickens, it's my morning time to go say hello to them and give them their bread treat (ie. $.88 cent bread loaves from Walmart now stock up my freezer) they love.