2018 Shed Hunting "Through The Lens"

By Alex Comstock 

This past weekend signaled the end of my shed hunting for the year as I took a last minute day trip out to North Dakota and was able to scoop up a couple antlers. Now that shed hunting is over, I wanted to take a look back at the last few months through some photos, and show you how my shed hunting went this year. 

 The first shed during my first walk of the year in mid January. 

The first shed during my first walk of the year in mid January. 

 Sheds aren't the only thing I find. 

Sheds aren't the only thing I find. 

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 A lot of miles were put on this spring. 

A lot of miles were put on this spring. 

 A must have during any shed hunt - a walking stick. 

A must have during any shed hunt - a walking stick. 

 I went nearly three months in between shed finds. 

I went nearly three months in between shed finds. 

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 Find food, find bedding, work back and forth in between the two

Find food, find bedding, work back and forth in between the two

 Binoculars are an important part of shed hunting. 

Binoculars are an important part of shed hunting. 

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