Hunter Picks Up Button Buck Right Over His Shoulder To Free It From A Fence

Button buck fence

Gotta love to see it.

Always help out wildlife in need when you can.

Some may think seeing a hunter do this is strange, but it is not at all. Hunters love the animals they chase. Atop the list is whitetail deer. These are some of the most prized game animals across North America.

Whitetail deer are medium-sized mammals that can range in size from 3 to 6 feet in length and weigh anywhere from 100 to 300 pounds, with bucks typically being larger than females does.

They are herbivores and their diet varies depending on the season and the availability of food. During the spring and summer months, they primarily feed on leaves, grasses, and other vegetation. In the fall and winter, they switch to a diet of nuts, acorns, and other woody vegetation. Whitetails are also known to eat crops and garden plants, which can make them a nuisance for farmers and homeowners.

Due to their diet, deer like frequent farm fields. Having a field to hunt is many hunter’s dream, and some will even plant their own crops or food plots to bring the deer in.

With deer roaming man-made fields they are bound to have run ins with other man-made objects like fences. Often time deer can get hung up when trying to jump them.

This hunter was on his way home in Warrington, Georgia, at dark when he came across a young button buck stuck on the fence. He had tried to jump but got his feet tangled up.

The man tries to get its foot off, but the can’t. He ends up picking the small deer up, putting it right over his shoulder to take the pressure off and free its feet.

The man walks it away from the fence, shows the camera, and lets the deer free. This was probably not the run in with a deer this man was expecting or wanting but hats off to him for helping out.

“I was fortunate enough to find this little button buck stuck in a fence with his back leg entangled. Luckily, his leg had not suffered too much damage, and I was able to free him before any more damage could happen.”

Hopefully for the hunter, they’ll meet again in a few years.

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