Do deer like to hide and bed down among rhododendron? In the mountians in VA, there is a lot of rhododendron, and was wondering if this is a good place to look for deer that are bedding down. Thanks for your help!
In PA that's where the safety zones for deer are. It's always a good thing to set where you can see a couple of inlets and exit runs in that stuff. It takes a ladder stand or a good high hill side stand to really hunt them. In PA we call them Mountain Laural thickets.
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