Tag Archives: deer collisions

Nag, Nag, Nag 2016

October 17, 2016

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Nag, Nag, Nag 2016

Last night was the Blood Moon, which marks the official start of motorcycle hunting season, so it is time for the annual (usually) sermon about that predictable moment when you meet the deadliest animal in North America. Motorcycle hunting season coincides with Cervidae mating season. Every year, during October and November, packs of horny, male […]

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The Deer Story

September 16, 2013

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This story usually runs in October but it is has been getting bloody early this year. Last Wednesday an Hesperia, Michigan man named Larry Tingley, died after his 2005 Harley struck a deer in Ferry Township, Michigan. The week before that an unidentified Army Staff Sergeant stationed at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey died […]

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The October Story

October 8, 2012

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October kicks off what deer call “motorcycle hunting season.” Drunk on fermented fruit and driven by their insatiable mating urges, white-tailed and mule deer all over North America are compelled by the shortening days to dash back and forth across the nearest stretch of road. That’s good news for body shops but bad news for […]

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Motorcycle Hunting Season

October 5, 2009

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It is that time again. Deer call this motorcycle season. About three weeks earlier than last year, young and middle-aged male deer have begun to flock to the fermented berry patches. They are all eager to hook up. None of them wants to be the sad, old buck still standing there all alone at closing […]

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Deadly And Delicious

October 29, 2008

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The deer call these late fall days “motorcycle hunting season.” The end of October and beginning of November is mating season in the deer world. Whether you can see them or not, if you are riding a country road they see you. They are standing just inside the tree line, getting drunk on fermented berries. […]

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