Establishing a common licking place where deer and other wildlife gather for necessary minerals from the earth is certainly nothing new. The fact is that most every animal including man has sought out salt and other minerals from the earth since the dawn of time. Salt was once such a valuable commodity that it was considered a form of money. In many areas mineral deposits are found less frequently than others which made it necessary for man and beast to travel great distances. Of course, humans filled containers and carried their salt back home to be traded or doled out amongst family and friends. However, it was a different situation for the animals who sought to satisfy their mineral needs by ingesting the salts from the earth by prolonged licking.
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Deer is ruminant mammal. The main characteristic of this animal is the bone horns who grow every year, especially in the male deer. Deer is in Cervidae family. It is estimated that there are about 34 species of deer in the world.
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Over 1, ticks can live on an acre of land. Have you ever felt a little tickle on your arm and without looking to see what it was, instinctively reach to wipe it away? Your eyes follow your hand by a split second — and then it registers — OMG! A deer tick!
In the s, I helped officials on Monhegan get a permit to eliminate deer from the island where residents suffered the highest proportion of Lyme disease in the state. And once the deer were gone, so too was Lyme disease. I was surprise to find, when I pulled the media guide out of an old folder a couple of weeks ago, that this story featured John Murdock. When Linda and I started writing weekly travel columns for the Kennebec Journal and Morning sentinel in , we began what has become annual visits to Monhegan in early May, to bird watch.