Mike Bleech continues to deliver insightful reports from the Northeast. Mike's list of contacts always bring up interesting observations, such as the fact that daylight deer activity appears to spike just prior to, and immediately following, a full moon. I've observed this myself, and some hunters I trust absolutely rely on this tenet. Bleech also notes that he's seeing deer feeding in farm fields, even though there's an excellent acorn crop. This is an excellent observation, and a reminder that whitetails are never married to one food source and much prefer a salad-bar approach to dining, especially in the early season.