Monday, March 5, 2018

Deer To Me

This tail that usually is held up when running never wants to settle down. When she finally ran off I knew which one she was from the other two.


See that flagging tail in the wind? Herds of younger deer are forming until food sources spread them out when it warms. They are mostly being pushed from the urban area to the west with more people using the trails in nice weather. The deer often use these trails also.



 Eagles on ice




I can hear
A tiny heartbeat
A flutter of furry paws.

12 comments:

  1. Sweet to see the kitty at the end. We have had plenty of deer on our trail cam.

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  2. Hi Steve - I can snap you with all of those .. ginger (George - here) cat too ... cheers Hilary

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  3. I'm super surprised to see antlers on that buck. Our deer are ready for spring. Great photos, as always!

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  4. We have very few white tails here ...mostly mule deer. They go by my place almost every night.

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  5. You got a lot of snow! The deer are beautiful. Great shot of the eagle landing or taking off. Love the hunting kitty, listening so intently.

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  6. I haven't seen many deer this year.

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  7. You can certainly spot the one deer in all those pictures with that tail.

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  8. I've not seen many deer in my area this winter but the eagles on ice - a photographer friend captured a shot of an eagle feeding on a deer-trapped-in-ice carcass on the millpond down the road. I know eagles have to eat, but it made me sad that the only deer I'd seen all winter was a dead one.

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  9. Aww, look at the kitty.
    That deer is holding her tail like a dog does. Wait till it starts wagging;)

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  10. Our deer have had a hard time foraging with all the ice in the fields...

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  11. I love that fluffy tail! So cute! Gorgeous photos! Hi Kitty!

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