I've spent several hours and many miles in the woods this shed season. I found 3 of these Saturday and 2 more today. I also found a dead-head, all within about 200 yards of each other. They were all on the side of a long slope that overlooks a huge clover field. I found two of them in trees. Never seen that before. Part of that slope is an old cemetery that's covered up in cedar trees. They can see most of the field from this slope. This is a smart bedding spot for deer because the only way for a person to get back in the woods is an old road that runs right in the middle of this slope. So, they know when you're going back there.