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 Post subject: Small fir tree stripped of bark/branches?
Post Posted: Sep 20, 2017 2:24 pm 
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What strips the bark / branches off of small Douglas Fir tree - deer, bear, squirels?


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Deer or elk rubbing the velvet off their horns.


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we call them "poodle pines"

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Deer, elk, moose have antlers. Antlers are shed yearly. Horns are permanently attached as on Bighorn Sheep, bison. I'm in a nit-picky mood this morning............


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And don't get me started on calling bison "buffalo." My teeth are grinding thinking of THAT one....:(


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I'm like that with caribou and reindeer. :lol:

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