Deer season here in about 12 days. The big ones. 1st and 2nd shotgun. We dump our carcass cleanings and trimmings with bones in different spots of this property. Last year we had dumped 3 such sites. Had a nice light snow during the early evening, about an inch. Went out to a coupla sites the next afternoon to check them to see what had been around them. The snow told it all. Each site had activity from coyote, could follow them by their drags where they will sit and eat. Fox tracks. Grab a bite and run. Pheasant tracks picking at the tallow and fat. Eagle tracks walking to the carcass and standing on it tearing meat scraps. We have a lot of overwintering eagles and that is primarily why we dump this stuff out there. Turkey tracks coming to the carcass and circling it, probably out of turkey curiosity. Rabbit tracks, don't know why they were there. Deer tracks, sniffing at the remains of their buddies. Multiple wintering and overwintering song bird tracks picking at anything. I think I might if I can get over my laziness put out a trail cam on one of these sites sometime and just see what does go on.