Firefighter Noah Wendland is the outdoorsman who found these massive antler sheds of the Colorado Springs record Mule Deer that kept on showing up in people’s backyards. Pictures were surfacing of the record buck all over the web.
Many outdoorsmen were waiting for the day that the antlers would come off and they’d be the ones who found the shed. One such man was Noah Wendland, he found the first antler near a steep hill. While the other one was 20 yards away at the top of the hill.
All I can say is it must of been an exciting find for Wendland. Now I’m just wondering what he’s going to do with them? Put them on Ebay for a serious amount of money or keep these babies for an amazing trophy mount. Personally with the economy being bad and all, I’d probably sell them.
But, I’m sure these antlers now have a lot of sentimental value for Noah Wendland.