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    Quote Originally Posted by BeckyL
    I seem to be feeding them year round, whether I want to or not. They love hosta, tomato plants, swiss chard, they have even eaten cucumber and knockout roses this year. Of course, they think impatients are planted for dessert. Petunias, geraniums seem to take the place of candy.
    lol,my hostas are gone too,they leave most of our flowers and garden alone.

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    This is what was playing out in my back yard a few months back.. He let me get half way back into the yard before taking off. Him and a few of his gf's..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindsey
    This is what was playing out in my back yard a few months back.. He let me get half way back into the yard before taking off. Him and a few of his gf's..
    He is a handsome devil with devil being the operative word.

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    oh so pretty. i love Deer. One evening about 5 p.m. i was driving in Boulder, Colorado and stopped at a light. Some deer started crossing the street!!! I waited till they went by, into an apartment complex parking lot. then i turned left and there they were crossing that street! such a pretty sight. i guess people who live around that area are used to them coming down from the mountains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33
    taken this morning.
    NOW THAT IS POST CARD PERFECT.IT REALLY IS A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE

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    Looks like to me she is resting in your back yard! Does she come often? I sure do love nature and the beautiful animals that God has given us. Where is your back yard???

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    What a peaceful setting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Carol
    Looks like to me she is resting in your back yard! Does she come often? I sure do love nature and the beautiful animals that God has given us. Where is your back yard???
    yes,she and others are here all the time.our back yard is in Glidden,Wi-way up north.my honey gets up before me and is always saying-you should have seen this,etc.many times I explained how to use my camera -he listened,lol.we have 5.3 acres adjoining other acreage and the deer live here.

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    Gorgeous. Makes me miss the foothills of the Rockies in MT ... green and beautiful wild animals. Then I remember the winter.

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    I would love to look out of my backyard and see that!!
    Instead if I look out this morning I might see that darn armadillo that is
    tearing up our yard :thumbdown:

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    Amazing to see the beauty that surrounds us.

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    How pretty these deer are...we've got a set of twins this year and a single. Many more rabbits since the ice storm a couple of years ago because of all of the limbs that fell. Now they have places to hide from the fox and coyote.

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    It must give you pause to see that in the morning... nature in its finest... beautiful natural setting and an exquisite kindly animal... breathe it all in... peace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindsey
    This is what was playing out in my back yard a few months back.. He let me get half way back into the yard before taking off. Him and a few of his gf's..
    OMG... he is gorgeous! I am in a city... I dont see these sights but I do have lots of geese and ducks... they drive my beagles crazy... lots of honking and baying... lol... wonderful sounds of life...

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    Truly God's blessing! We have deer in our yard all the time here in Maine. I have two fawns coming with their Mamas this year. Last year there were 5 (two sets of twins and a single). This past winter was harsh so not so many made it.
    I feed the deer in the winter. I get a special food called Wildlife Grains made by Blue Seal. It has molasses in it to keep up their body heat in the cold winter.
    We have had as many as 30 come at one time in a snowstorm. Most people go away from here in the winter. We do not. Crazy or hearty I guess. LOL

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    neat photo! I had a 3-point still in velvet buck and his doe stroll by the yard as they munched greenry and then headed up the hill. I was wish my camera was in the house and not out in the car. I love living out in the country.

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    Except for the chipmunks who are mice with racing stripes.

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    Postcard pretty.

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    How beautiful. My nephew was at an outdoor building site and the deer came right up to them and let them pet it.

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    Such a pretty view, and a deer to boot. Wonderful. Luck you, and thanks to Becky for the twins in her picture. I love deer.

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    Love those wildlife pictures.

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    So beautiful!

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    Love all of the deer pictures. We have deer wandering through our farm too. About 2 weeks ago I was lucky enough to notice a pair of fawns coming out of our trees and dancing around our back yard. I locked the dog in the garage so she wouldn't scare them away. They came into the front yard and grazed but noticed me in in the window so they moved into the back yard again and then left. Thanks for posting the pictures.

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    beautiful pictures they are all lovely,wish we had them. :-(

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    My daughter-in-law just sent me a you tub site about a great dane and a deer - called Kate and Pippin... see it if you can... it is terrific.

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