Deer Pictures (Through 2012)

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SpacerJune 2, 2012
TwinsA doe with a single fawn walked past our window this morning and was gone before we could get a picture but then we new it was time so we got the camera ready and it wasn't long before another doe went past, this one with twins following close behind.

SpacerOctober 8, 2010
"Big Boy" buck - 2009.
Hunting season is in full swing.  This guy has been coming around now and then and we're just waiting to see if he'll make it through another year.

SpacerAugust 2, 2009
"Big Boy" buck - 2009.
Our "Big Boy" taking it easy.  We assume he was one of our fawns a few years ago.

July 9, 2009
Doe with fawn - 2009
There were twins earlier and now there only seems to be one. This has us a bit worried, but such is the way of nature, I guess.

Fawn - 2009
It's clear some of the deer are quite comfortable being here but they don't let us get close and we don't try to tame them.  This shot is only possible because of a telephoto lens.

June 10, 2009
Doe with twins - 2009
This doe and her fawns showed up right on time. These two seem smaller (younger) than we normally see. The mom was pretty relaxed and probably spent time sleeping on our lawn when she was little, so maybe she brought her fawns for a visit a little earlier than usual.

June 12, 2008
Bold fawn.
One of the triplets seems bolder than the others.

June 12, 2008
Curious fawn.
This fawn came trotting right over to see just what I was.

June 8, 2008
New triplets
Our new arrivals for this year include these triplets.

August 2, 2007
Fawn in fountain.
"Oh, that feels so good."

August 2 , 2007
Double dipping.
Double dipping.

June 13, 2007
Twins with Mom.
The first fawn twins of the year showed up today and seemed fairly comfortable with being here.

June 13, 2007
Yearling.
"Look at those little guys. I remember being that little once," says a yearling.

June 13, 2007
Looking at everything.
"Wow! Look at EVERYTHING," says one of this year's fawns.

June 13, 2007
I'm the boss of you.
"Just remember little fawn, I'm going to be the boss of you."

July 25, 2006
Sleeping fawn on lawn Siesta time.

June 25, 2006
New twin fawns It's summer again and we have our normal new visitors.  We are not sure yet if there are just three or maybe five new fawns this year.

May 17, 2006
Hot doe It's just too hot (100 degrees) to run through the forest today so this is a common sight on our front lawn.

Flopsy on lawn
We have been easily able to recognize "Flopsy" from the time she was a fawn.

Flopsy
As I look at her, she keeps a sharp eye on me.

Two for lunch
A table for two please.

Single doe
A table for one will be fine for me.

Broken antler This guy must have been in a battle, but we don't know if he won or lost.

August 1, 2005
Fawn on lawn
We had five new fawns this year.

May 25, 2005
Doe on lawn
Some of our regulars, relaxing in the shade.

July 18, 2003
Twin fawns
The twins are so fun to watch.

July 22, 2003
Single fawn
Only one fawn in this family.

July 24, 2003
What're you doing?
"Hey," she asks, "what are you doing?"

November 8, 2003
Our first big boy deer.
Just checking out the action.

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