I checked three cameras on my farm at midday yesterday. All of these cameras are sitting over food plots or bait sites, and I had some 6,000 photos to sift through. For the most part, deer have been moving during the first and last few minutes of legal shooting light over the past seven days, and then off and on all night long. No real surprise there. But late last week, I was also catching some brief flurries of midday movement (like the buck in the photo below that walked by one of our stands at lunchtime last Thursday). Late last week, we had a full moon, and a midday flurry is a classic full-moon phenomenon in the early season.