For the last few days I have seen two bucks in out back yard, (still) grazing amiably side by side. So, I conclude, they’re not (yet) in rut as I assume they would fight each other then. Once in a … Continue reading
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This evening, just a few minutes ago, we saw this fairly young fawn in our backyard: Das ist aber mal ein später Nachkömmling! Heute Abend, gerade vor ein paar Minuten, haben wir dieses relativ junge Rehkitz in unserem Garten gesehen: … Continue reading
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I had seen them before, and even got a video – albeit of a very poor quality – of them, but a few days ago I got another chance for pictures of all three together in our back yard: Drei … Continue reading
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The clearest sign, to my mind, of approaching autumn – besides a clear drop in the nightly temperatures – is the appearance of mature bucks in our yard. They first showed up – singly or up to three at a … Continue reading
Well, I believe they’re twins: very close to each other in size, and one mama with them only. I had seen them before, but too short only and too far away to really get them on camera. Today, though, I … Continue reading
Well, we kept hoping it was going to happen, and today there was the happy moment: I was able to capture a fawn and his mama on video! Of course, I don’t know which one it was. Perhaps neither of … Continue reading
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Yesterday afternoon we had the largest herd of white-tailed deer in our yard so far. This pictures shows 19, if I counted correctly, and we had more on other parts of the property, including two bucks. So I guess we … Continue reading
With the deer and their fawns being here in our garden every day, I’ve taken quite a few videos recently, which I’d like to share here. Mehr Rehvideos Da die Rehe und ihre Kitze nun jeden Tag hier in unserem … Continue reading
Sometime, “our” deer envy each other their food, and then they fight, even on their hind legs and pawing at each other. The they look more like kangaroos than like deer.
Rehe oder Kängurus?
Manchmal neiden “unsere” Rehe sich gegenseitig ihr Futter, und dann kämpfen sie, sogar aufgerichet auf ihren Hinterbeinen, und boxen aufeinander ein. Dann sehen sie eher wie Kängurus aus als wie Rehe.
Deer Fighting for Food
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It’s been a while, actually close to a month, since we saw our first fawn of the year here around the house. At that time it was a very young one. It was only yesterday that we had some more. … Continue reading