The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Monday, January 23, 2017

Mule Deer...

 
Photos of Mule Deer from this past week...

 
A handsome Buck, knee deep in the snow.

 

 
The Doe...her twins in the next few photos are the ones
that were hunkered down under a tree during the last snow storm.

 
The twins...

 
"We listen, we think, we feel, we see, all of us."

 
Giving me quite the look...

 
She's a beautiful Doe who looks very pregnant.

 
And a little wild rabbit watching it all.

11 comments:

  1. Oh my, that "look"! That one is really keeping an eye on you! They are so beautiful.

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  2. These are gorgeous photos, the deer have such a lovely colouring. Are you outside when you take the photos and do you use a zoom lens?

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  3. My husband and I always enjoy your pictures! Thank u for sharing!

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    1. Hi Gaile...you are a no reply. Thank you so much and have to say I am so pleased that your husband enjoys the wildlife photos, also.

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  4. Oh the twins, they are adorable! And the rabbit! Makes me think of the two Belgian giant rabbits we had in the past, they always looked so wise and observant.

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  5. Oh their bellies and their ears! I would like to hug them and rub their ears and talk to them. So beautiful!

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  6. They all look so healthy. Were do they get there food during the snow? I enjoy your pictures.

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    1. Nancy, you are a no reply...Thank you so much. The deer will paw through the snow to get to the grasses if it's not too deep. The wind has blown the snow away in the lower meadow so the grass is exposed and makes it easier for them to find food.

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  7. I've not been to visit your blog for awhile, you've shared some amazing animal photos! I guess that is the mule deer version of a teenagers eye roll!

    Your Bird Dance blocks are great! I've been working on some old UFO's and need to get back on mine also. So close to finishing!

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  8. Stunningly beautiful pictures, thank you so very much.

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  9. Always enjoy your wildlife pictures. Thanks for sharing! Wonder what that "look" really means :)

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