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Of The Whitetail SOUND FILES
Calling Whitetail Deer has become very popular in
recent years .
A big question of most hunters: When to use these calls and what do they mean . The Whitetail deer has a language to communicate to other Whitetail's all year long . The first sound a fawn hears is the grunt of the doe , this is a contact call that all deer buck and doe respond to all year long . Below is a short description of these sounds and audio to listen to . If you have more sounds to add please send them to us and we will include them here. ERIC S. STACY AKA: DEERDOPE Founder of Wide World of Hunting.com
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Non Aggressive Calls
1 Contact Calls:
This sound is a doe's way of locating other deer of her
family group . This call can be used all year long .
2 Doe Grunt:
Grunts are a doe's way of saying come here , also to call
her fawns at feeding time . It is critical to keep the call soft
as a loud grunt is too aggressive of a call .
A buck grunt is a deeper pitch than a doe grunt , it means
the same thing . The older the buck the deeper the tone .
As the buck chases the doe as the rut approaches he is
frustrated , and makes a series of soft grunts while trailing
her . It's the bucks way of asking her to stop so he can be
breed with her .
This sound's a lot like a calf bawl , but it is a series of buck
bleats . This signals the bucks desire for company .
This is a non aggressive and social behavior that all bucks
do after shedding their velvet . This is when the bucks learn
who can whip the other . This process does not prevent
serious fights later on during the rut .
This is the sound that a buck makes during the courtship
when the doe stops running , but won't let the buck breed
her . It's a non aggressive and frustration call by him .
This is the sound that a Doe makes to signal that her breeding
time is near .
This is the sound that a Doe makes to signal that she ready to
breed RIGHT NOW .
Deer make this sound to intimidate other deer and prevent
fights. This call is often made by a rut- crazed buck when
confronted with a rival. This sound can send smaller buck
running from the area .
Another rut crazed Bucks sound to intimidate other deer and
prevent fights when confronted with a rival. This sound can
also send smaller buck running from the area .
3 Aggressive Rattling:
This is a short aggressive rattling sequence to possibly lure
in less aggressive, but curious buck , as well as the local dominant
whitetail of the area . To make this sound like a real fight sniffs,
wheezes and grunts have
also been thrown in for added effect.
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