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Mike Raykovicz: Shed antlers one of multiple reasons to walk the woods in March

Utica, N.Y., wildlife artist Tom Yacovella collected hundreds of naturally shed antlers and sculpted them into an amazing creation he called Tribute to the Whitetail. (Photo courtesy of Mike Raykovicz)

Well, here we are,  the middle of March, and there’s not a whole lot of things for me to do. Trout season in New York doesn’t open for another couple of weeks and it’s still a little too early to scout for spring turkeys. Even though hunting seasons are over there are still things I like to do. Walking in the early spring woods is one of them.

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