Two Does Recovered in One Day

Marc Niad of Yorktown Heights, New York and his German Jadg Terrier Dakota found two does on opening weekend. He had two recoveries on October 17, 2010. He reports:

The first doe was shot in Mt. Kisco Saturday on opening day 5:30 p.m. The doe was gut shot. Dakota tracked the doe the next day 18 1/2 hours later. She tracked 300 yards after hunters last blood.

Marc Niad and Dakota -10-17-10
Marc Niad and Dakota - 10-17-10

The second doe shot in Yorktown at 7:20 a.m. was gut shot. Dakota tracked it 7 1/2 hours later. She tracked 320 yards after hunters last blood. She recovered both deer in the same day.

Marc Niad and Dakota - 10-17-10
Marc Niad and Dakota - 10-17-10

Deer Search

Deer Search is a private, non-profit organization of volunteers who track wounded deer and bear with leashed tracking dogs. Most of us are hunters and our goal is to reduce crippling losses during hunting season. The majority of us live in New York State and are members of one of the two New York chapters of Deer Search. We also have out of state members who track under licenses and rules issued by their own state.

2 thoughts to “Two Does Recovered in One Day”

  1. HI; ALL YOU HUNTERS AND NON HUNTERS/ I AM THE HUNTER WHO.S DEER WAS FOUND TWO HOURS LATER.THEY ARE UNBELEAVABLE. I STILL CANNOT BELEAVE WHAT .I SAW AND WAS PRIVILEDGED TO BE PART OF.DACOTA AND MARK WERE A TEAM THAT WAS PERFECTION. DEDICATED AND PROFECTIONALS. THANK YOU AGAIN . KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. LOUIS A RENZI

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