True-False Quiz on Real Antler Sheds Part II

Here’s another true-false quiz about antlers. Can you get them all correct? It hurts to shed antlers False Antlers are meant to be shed. On the rare occasion a female member of the species develops antlers, she generally doesn’t lose them. The antlers stay in velvet and often grow very...

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Antler Sheds: There for the Picking

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Treasured by many, antlers are often in high demand. Some hunters actually use shed antlers as rattles to call in deer. More varied uses include use as a hand tool in flint napping, jewelry making, and even making gorgeous heirloom home accessories. Even better, antlers are naturally shed by deer...

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Antler Sheds – Humane Harvesting

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Antlers from elk, moose and several varieties of deer are used to make stunning chandeliers, furniture, interior accents, and more. There is something majestic about these organic creations that make them stand out as amazing focal points in home decor. But, you may wonder, where do all of these antlers...

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Painted Antlers in Interior Design

A popular trend in the home is painted antlers in interior design. Paint the ends of antlers different colors, create stripes, or paint an entire antler chandelier for a unique look. Here are some suggestions for painting antlers for interior design projects: 1. Choose a minimalist color palette Antlers have...

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Gifts from Nature: Antler Sheds

Finding and Re-Purposing Antler Sheds Looking for antlers shed by deer in the great outdoors can be an enjoyable hobby. An OPB.org article entitled “Shed Deer Hunting,” discusses the art and sometimes addictive activity of finding beautiful, natural antlers. People have found many creative and practical uses for these gifts...

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