The suspicious speck of white flickered some 200 yards away, resembling what might have been simply a bird flying or the cotton-like puff from the head of a cattail bursting its contents in the wind.
But, when hunting deer in the marsh, nothing is left to chance where coastal deer are concerned, more often than not its simply now you see em, now you dont.
The suspicious white-colored flicker needed to be thoroughly checked out, and not simply become a passing thought that would leave me wondering on the boat ride to the landing.
Picking up my binoculars, I studied the white speck. It was still moving and, low and behold, the white turned out to be a deers ear.