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Thread: Twins in the back yard today

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    Senior Member Elise1's Avatar
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    I am so jealous that you have such beautiful animals in your yard. Thanks for the great pictures.
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    They are beautiful, as long as they don't jump in front of your vehicle while driving on the roads or highways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jingle View Post
    They are beautiful, as long as they don't jump in front of your vehicle while driving on the roads or highways.
    That's the truth! Not long ago I heard that deer kill more people than any other animal. But they are so beautiful to look at! One awesome thing about living in WI!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jingle View Post
    They are beautiful, as long as they don't jump in front of your vehicle while driving on the roads or highways.
    We put "whistlers" on the car. They are easy to install and we don't even notice them anymore. These are just plastic doodahs from the car parts store that make a make a whistling noise the deer hear, but humans don't. Air goes through them to make the sound. There are no moving parts. We have seen deer turn around and head away from us several times and have been thankful each time that we had them. They're under $10 and worth every cent. IMHO

    AND those twins are just beautiful!!
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    Great double twin photo. Love seeing the fawns and the 'boats' ;-).
    Thanks for posting their cuteness.
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    another pic
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    nice catch !! how wonderful !
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    How beautiful they are. We see them often in our area too.
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    We have them in our backyard. I love to see them. So majestic. Now they are eating apples. I watched a doe stand on her back legs to get to apples too high for her to reach. Unfortunately, the camera wasn't handy.
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    They are so beautiful! Our Florida deer are much smaller. We see them here from time to time. It is always a thrill. Thanks for sharing your picture!
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    We haven't had deer but have had twin moose calves born in our front yard when we lived in Anchorage, Alaska.

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