I didn't bowhunt with my kill permits this weekend, it was just too hot with temperatures approaching 90 degrees, humidity-wise, by 9:00 A.M. But I did go to my tree stand site in mid-afternoon and put my stand up another 20 inches or so. The doe I killed last Saturday saw me up in the stand, even though I was fully camouflaged and had on a face mask.
The most interesting thing about my little sojourn afield was that scarlet oak acorns were already on the ground. The last two years, it has been interesting to observe how early acorns fall. The deer are certainly aware of this as are the gray squirrels. Last week, I saw squirrels cutting acorns.
Next Saturday morning, I am hoping for cooler weather.