Last month this confident guy passed through the back of our property. He set a slow but steady pace and took his time getting to the break in the fence that the turkeys use as well as the deer to get to the property next door. I would love to put a trail camera in that location, but the last one I had worked one time and pfft….that was it.
To-ing and fro-ing
Which way are they going?
Around and around and around
I look up they are there
I look up they’re nowhere
Will I ever put this camera down?
Watch the video below to see the babies playing and running with their mama. I combined some clips captured with my trail camera and was surprised at what I miss when I’m not at, “The Window”.
Some of the new fawns that arrived this spring. I’ve been trying to determine if they pass by at the same time each day, but so far, no luck with that.
I‘ve captured a few short videos of them romping together, chasing after their mother, etc., with my trail camera, but getting them to load onto my laptop has been a bit of a challenge. You never know, a miracle could happen and I’ll actually get to share them with you.
These deer were all the way down on the bank of the river, so I was surprised to get a decent shot of any kind. A herd of seven were loosely grouped and these three were stragglers. The deer in the middle is keeping an eye on the rest of the herd that had already worked it’s way down the hill and into the ravine.