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Oct 05, 2021 23:40 |  #1201

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Every afternoon a couple of whitetails does come into my pasture to feed. They bring their fawns along. The fawns always wind up romping around and having a good time. When they see me, they take off for the creek bottom, flying through the air. The does just stay and feed. Always great fun to watch them all. The fall is truly a great time of the year for everyone including the wildlife.:-):-):-)

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Like this shot Terry, it reminds me of how many times I've seen the wrong end of a White Tailed Deer. When the fawns do this running and jumping all over the place it sure can make the old Doe nervous until she is sure they are just acting like the kids they are,:-)


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Oct 05, 2021 23:45 |  #1202

Grizz1 wrote in post #19291384 (external link)
Like this shot Terry, it reminds me of how many times I've seen the wrong end of a White Tailed Deer. When the fawns do this running and jumping all over the place it sure can make the old Doe nervous until she is sure they are just acting like the kids they are,:-)

Thanks Steve. Looks like you must have survived your trip OK. Hopefully you you were able to get in some fun photography.ߙ


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Oct 06, 2021 07:09 |  #1203

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Olympic National Park's Hurricane area was a great place for seeing deer. Our presence did not bother them at all. I'm not an expert to tell what species they were though.

Wenyu,

They are Blacktail Deer. Blacktails are the only species of Deer that live in that area. In fact, the Hurricane Ridge area that you were at may very well be the best place in the world for photographing mature Blacktail bucks, due to their high degree of habituation and the beauty of the surrounding landscape.


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Oct 06, 2021 13:36 |  #1204

Well good morning Mrs Whitetailߘ


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Oct 12, 2021 10:18 |  #1205

Roe (Doe), browsing.

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Oct 13, 2021 14:55 |  #1206


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Oct 14, 2021 15:47 |  #1207

Deep in the woods with heavy brush and canopy light, all I could get was a head shot, and pure luck at that.


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Oct 14, 2021 20:21 |  #1208

KT29 wrote in post #19291382 (external link)
Every afternoon a couple of whitetails does come into my pasture to feed. They bring their fawns along. The fawns always wind up romping around and having a good time. When they see me, they take off for the creek bottom, flying through the air. The does just stay and feed. Always great fun to watch them all. The fall is truly a great time of the year for everyone including the wildlife.:-):-):-)

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Oct 14, 2021 22:23 |  #1209

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Ballerina's....Awesome

Thanks!:-):-):-)


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Oct 15, 2021 16:42 |  #1210

Fallow does. Alpha heard calling in the distance but I couldn't get to a decent vantage point without disturbing the ladies. Nobody else was joining in anyway, it's early in the season yet, but sometime next week I reckon I'll catch some action.

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Oct 17, 2021 14:20 |  #1211

A tender moment (if you'll pardon the anthropomorphism)
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Oct 17, 2021 15:00 as a reply to  @ johnfosteruk's post |  #1212

Excellent moment!




  
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Oct 17, 2021 15:11 |  #1213

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Oct 21, 2021 16:16 |  #1215

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