Every year, we have deer with leg injuries using our property after hunting season. Saturday afternoon, I was walking out to my stand when a deer jumped up, ran about 10 yards, then stopped and watched me walk past at a distance of 25 yards. It had been shot in the hind quarter and it had no use of one of it's rear legs. My neighbors shoot anything and they wound lots of deer. I also found a dead deer in our back woods which butts up to the offending neighbor's property. There was a blood trail coming onto my land from that same neighbor's property on opening day of gun season. They didn't bother to track the deer. Each spring, when I walk our 60 acres, I find dead deer. It's a shame that some hunters don't take the time to learn how to shoot their weapons. There is no excuse for wounding and not tracking a deer, yet my neighbors do just that every year.