Nope, not this kind of shed.
Sheds like this!
Last weekend I had the fun of looking for sheds, shed antlers from deer. I've searched plenty of times before, but the difference is that I actually found one this time! It wasn't just sitting under a pine tree in plain sight, in fact, that's part of the challenge of looking. Imagine walking through acres of deep woods with lots of leaves and undergrowth, searching for something like this when only several inches of the antler might be visible.
I was so excited to actually see one after four hours of tromping through the woods that I didn't even think to take a photo as I found it. It wasn't clearly visible like this! Male whitetail deer (bucks) shed their antlers every year, usually between February to April in our area, and then grow a new set over the summer. Maybe that's part of the fun of finding an antler; no weapons are used and no animals are harmed. All you need is some patience, a desire to walk in the woods, and a keen eye.
Now that I've found one, I'll be keeping an eye out whenever I walk in the woods. If I'm lucky enough to ever find another one, I might try making some antler buttons for a knitting project!