5 year old buck +
My 80 acres has pretty diverse habitat with an ash swale running diagonally through that's wet in the spring and dry in the summer and fall. This time of year the leaves are down and it's flooded with sunlight. The deer like to bed out there in the knee high grass in the sun. You can see a long ways through there so it can not be approached without spooking the deer out. I'm thinking about hinge cutting through there to enhance the bedding area. Good idea or just leave it alone since the deer are using it anyway? Also, is there any type of perennial grass I could seed through there without working the ground that would grow taller then knee high? Thanks.