I'd be very grateful for any input on this:
I am about to put up my first high seat. It will be in a dense, entirely unmanaged wood of about 5 acres (mostly old, neglected conifer plantation, with a few tangles of broadleaf). It is heavily used by roe, but impossible to move around in without making noise (no paths or rides - just deer tracks, which by this time of year have become too overgrown to move along quietly).
I've found a couple good spots where multiple deer tracks converge, and these seem like sensible places to put up a seat. However, having done a bit of exploration, it's impossible to find a spot more than 35m away from any of them that still has a clear shot of the intersection (wood is that dense).
My question: is this far enough? It seems extremely close - almost as if I'd be sitting on top of them, and therefore somehow likely to deter them.