Mother Deer And Child

And so this week we feature yet another contribution from The Everyday Adventurer. I took this video myself. This time we feature a mother deer and her child. I followed them from the forest out to this meadow where they began eating the tops off of the plants around them. They knew I was close by, but they decided I wasn't a big threat.

There's nothing more to say except, "Let's watch the video!"


This video was uploaded to YouTube on August 20, 2011 by Ratty. If you can't see the video above, we also have a link to the YouTube page for this video.


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Comments

  1. Great video Ratty! I love to see the fawns this time of the year, they are so cute.

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  2. Great video Ratty...I loved your post over at the everyday adventurer but this is just a little more special...being able to see them move about.

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  3. I suppose being a regular visitor to the area has allowed these deer to 'watch you' for some time now , too . So glad that they have grown comfortable with your presence . It allowed for a great video .

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  4. Thank you for sharing the experience.

    Umi

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  5. The spots are fading away.In November this little fellow may get ran off when rut begins and be on its own.

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  6. one good thing about the video is seeing their actions and the movement around makes it feel like am almost being there too.

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