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Old Jan 13, 2011, 9:14 PM   #1
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After our recent snowfall, we came across these deer relaxing.
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Old Jan 13, 2011, 10:02 PM   #2
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Nice shots. Looks like you were spotted in the first pic.
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Yeah it looks like it, but the second photo belies your gentle spirit! Frank
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Spotted yes, but they are not concerned. I have been following the mother doe for several years and she knows me by now. She had triplets this past spring. (two of them shown here) She would "push" the fawns close to us just close enough so we could get some good shots of them. When some other people would approach, she would call them back and hide them. After the "threat" had passed, she would bring the fawns back out for us again. Very special moments that will hopefully continue for many years to come.
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Spotted yes, but they are not concerned. I have been following the mother doe for several years and she knows me by now. She had triplets this past spring. (two of them shown here) She would "push" the fawns close to us just close enough so we could get some good shots of them. When some other people would approach, she would call them back and hide them. After the "threat" had passed, she would bring the fawns back out for us again. Very special moments that will hopefully continue for many years to come.

That is so cool. Lucky You.
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