Finally, search for strips of woods, hollows, cover-laced streams and other funnels that connect feeding and bedding areas. Mark a couple of potential stand sites in and around these travel corridors. These are the hot spots. It's that simple. By studying aerials, you can often eliminate up to 50 percent of marginal habitat before you ever leave the house. Then you're ready to load up, drive out and initiate a ground game in spots where deer should be active.