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She Still Has Her Spots

She Still Has Her Spots White Tailed Deer Fawn

She Still Has Her Spots

I say she still has her spots but truth be told, I haven’t a clue if this is a male or a female, but I say it is because of the absolute sweetness she displayed.
Trust

One of the greatest things in the world is to have the trust of the woodland animals. I’m in no way an animal whisper, however, it sure is a beautiful thing to have a mutual trust and respect.

Trust



Curiosity

She showed me some of the curiosities of the woods.

Curiosity

Peek-a-Boo

Well. Hello there! Funny, when you walk away from the little one and she just keeps popping up checking in on you.

Peek-a-Boo

Spotted

Since the fawn has an especially prominent pattern it isn’t too difficult to see her with all the greenery. We spotted each other many times over the course of my walk.

Spotted

Moma Stayed Close

Mama Stayed Close

The real mannerisms of a deer when you come across them and they didn’t notice you right away and run is to stay still. They act like statues however they were when you happened upon them.

Seeing Double

Seeing Double

 




Ah, I understand now! There were two of them and that is why they kept popping up on the trail.  Mama, you have your hands full with your curious little ones.

The Second Creature

This lil‘ chippy is such a cute sweetie posing for me.

Lil' Chippy

The Last Creature I Had My Sites On

A young bluejay checking in.

A very young blue jay. The young ones are always curious and stop what they are doing and watch you

A very young blue jay. The young ones are always curious and stop what they are doing and watch you.  I LOVE that!

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