Thursday, August 14, 2014

Twin Fawns Update

We saw the twin fawns and their Mom last night.

Far away deer

The fawns still have their spots.

Twin Fawns and their Mom (2)

one fawn

We have not seen this bunch in a little while, most of the deer have moved to the bean fields.  This group was in the neighbor’s hay field eating clover.

Chance barked at them, in fact when he barked another deer came out of nowhere and ran through the field… Chance was quite impressed with himself.

The sunset was beautiful.

Sunset August 13

 

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22 comments:

  1. Way to go Chance! I have had 4 deer to run in front of my car in the last week.

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  2. Way to go Chance. Beautiful sunset!

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  3. Spectacular sunset!! Go Chance! Spook those deer away!

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  4. The sunset looks like a painting. I've not seen our twin fawns around here lately but I suspect they don't still have their spots. :-)

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  5. Isn't that fun? We haven't seen any fawns this year, which is a good sign, methinks, as there is much food in the wetland.
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  6. Francine, my dogs would be going crazy barking at them, and I wouldn't get a picture. Chance showed them whose boss!

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  7. Those fawns are getting big. Haven't really seen any deer around this year, but I know they are here. I see the odd thing nibbled, mostly out in the bush, and know that only a deer would have done that.

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  8. Spectacular sunet - I need to take a peek out around the trees in the evening ~ I am missing too much :)

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  9. Love seeing the twin fawns. I haven't seen any this year, twins, that is. That's a gorgeous sunset.

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  10. I like walking through these guys although I know they sense me long before I know they're there. sometimes they stay in one area for a long time.

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  11. They have really grown up fast. That bottom photo is a classic impressionists painting. It is a marvelous sky.

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  12. Ah! The magic of Chance. He speaks, and poof! A deer appears out of nothing!

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  13. A gorgeous sunset and it sounds like Chance is a busy boy.

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  14. It must be wonderful to be able to seem them. We don't get to see deer. Too, much traffic, and not enough open spaces. Your sunset sure was beautiful.

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  15. Awwww - adorable fawns and a glorious sunset!

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  16. We have lots of deer here too and Nitty goes out every evening and sends them a warning. They stare at each other across the road. I've trained her not to chase them and the deer know it so they stare back but they don't come in our yard until we're asleep that is. You can't beat those little ones for cuteness though.

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  17. Our little one is still here...we get glimpses of it off and on.

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  18. Chance is always watching out for you. ;)
    That sunset is breathtaking!

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