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Joe Shead displays a group of deer antlers he has found on the Duluth hillside. He found his first shed antler eight years ago. Shead has written a book and produced a DVD about the practice of finding antlers shed by white-tailed deer. (Amanda Hansmeyer / ahansmeyer@duluthnews.com)

Spring is the time to hunt for shed antlers

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To the casual passerby, it would appear that Joe Shead might be disoriented. Or, perhaps that he has lost his car keys and is trying to track them down.

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He moves deliberately across the snowy Duluth hillside, head down, eyes searching.

But, no.

Shead, who lives in Superior, is looking for antlers. Like a growing number of Northland residents, he's a "shed" antler hunter. He's a collector of antlers that whitetail bucks shed naturally this time of year.

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