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    It depends on how high up the tree they are,but,it looks like a big bruin leaving his mark. The marks look too deep and well defined for them to be antlers.
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    MOOSIE

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    One of those mad squirrels, lol.

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    My wife lol
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    Like Gilroy I think a Moose
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    Since it is on a deciduous tree-if size and height matches-it is moose winter feeding mark.
    Bottom teeth raking up the bark.............If many more around,wintering yard.

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    I would say moose, see that quite often in the bush in the winter. Especially on soft maples, but also on other trees.
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