About that time the buck’s antlers turned toward the squirrel. I looked over to see the squirrel run down the tree and up another tree towards the buck, barking the whole way. I looked at the buck just in time to see him put his head down out of my sight. Wow! That was close. In front of me was a small depression about 20 yards wide, which would put me about 40 yards from the buck. I quickly, but carefully covered the 20 yards and peekedAbout through the grass. He was feeding broadside with no clue I was there. I could only see the top half of his body through the tall grass. I ranged a tree to the side of him at 41 yards and drew my bow.