Saturday, January 09, 2010

Camera Critters: Whitetail Deer Doe




The gate is open. That must mean it's okay to come on in.






What do you mean "What am I doing here?" I thought you invited me.


(Photos by Jo.)




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14 comments:

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Beautiful photos and funny captions. I am sure she was delighted to be able to browse through a new area after all the gate was open.

Wren said...

Aaaaawwwwwwwww ... so sweet. How could you not invite her in for a buffet?

Diane AZ said...

Beautiful deer! Looks like your deer have smaller ears than our Coues Whitetails in Arizona.

Kenneth Ramos said...

That is such a beautiful animal. Sometimes I see them here crossing the small field in behind where I live.

Kerri said...

She's beautiful! I'm glad you welcomed her in :)

Lana Gramlich said...

Great shots again, Jo! We had a deer run past our house a few weeks ago, but it was long gone before I could get my camera.

Manang Kim said...

OMG that is a very clear shot of the dear doe. Thanks for sharing happy wekend!

CC:Squirrels

eileeninmd said...

Cute shots of the Doe, she is pretty.

Teena in Toronto said...

Great shots!

I played too :)

Really Rainey said...

I love the snow beam trying to hide in the shadows!
Fantastic shot of the deer...
~Really Rainey~

Carol said...

I am inviting them here...but no one ever comes. I'd love to have her in my backyard with all the other critters.

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Crafty Green Poet said...

what a beautiful animal to have visit...

Willard said...

Wonderful shots of my favorite animal.

ethereal said...

Such a lovely buck!!... Awesome early morning shot..

Whitetail deer are found across the North American region, at 29 million strong, including where cities are expanding. These areas intrude on what was once the whitetails domain. As deer become more and more exposed to this humane society, they become less afraid of humans. In these areas you can find deer walking right up to you, not spooked one bit, and coming into your yard to find whatever morsel of food they can find.