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    I looked out the kitchen window and she was waiting where we put our scraps of food.so I took out the scraps,she waited for me to leave and she let me take her pic.she comes in every day snooping for leftovers.
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    Great pics:)

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    Awww, Bambi's Mom.

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    Wow! Next thing you know she will be knocking on your door wanting to know where the scraps are.

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    Brings back old memories. I used to live on a farm, we ended up raising 2 fawns. The mother had gotton caught in fencing and died. The female was as gentle as she could be. She followed us around like a pup. She would even come inside and spend the night on a large dog bed with NO accidents! When it was hunting season, I would paint her in cattle marker orange and we even had a flouresent orange collar on her. The farm was leased out for hunting, so all the guys knew her. Finally she was accepted back into the wild and the following year she brought her 2 babies back to show us. And YES we did get the collar off her, she had went missing for about 2 months. She finally came back and allowed me to take it off!

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    Beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymsmess
    Brings back old memories. I used to live on a farm, we ended up raising 2 fawns. The mother had gotton caught in fencing and died. The female was as gentle as she could be. She followed us around like a pup. She would even come inside and spend the night on a large dog bed with NO accidents! When it was hunting season, I would paint her in cattle marker orange and we even had a flouresent orange collar on her. The farm was leased out for hunting, so all the guys knew her. Finally she was accepted back into the wild and the following year she brought her 2 babies back to show us. And YES we did get the collar off her, she had went missing for about 2 months. She finally came back and allowed me to take it off!
    love your story.so many hunters here we do not try to tame them,just feed them.they know we won't hurt them.just hope they do not trust everyone.they are such wonderful animals

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    the deer here can't tell the difference from handouts and my flowers...bless their little chomping hearts. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindaR
    the deer here can't tell the difference from handouts and my flowers...bless their little chomping hearts. LOL
    ours too,some of my flowers get eaten but I can live with that,love watching them

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    we used to have herds of deer living in our trees for the winter but the winters have been so bad lately that our deer are being thinned out. I took my pictures of the moose and twins to Staples last night and had some 8 x 10" prints made to hang on the walls. Now I have to dig out my frames. And yes I made the front page of our weekly newspaper with the pic of the moose close up. Will never see that again.

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    Awesome :) :) :)

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    Maybe, after DH retires, we will eventually be able to move to somewhere that has deer, and we won't care how many of our plants they eat!

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    She is really beautiful... and probably grateful for your kindness. You may like to see Youtube: Kate and Pippin. Nature is beautiful.

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    Beautiful sight.

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    :)

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    She's a beauty. I love them. Just wish they would leave my flowers and my bushes alone ! lol

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    Beautiful!

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    What a beauty. Lucky girl.

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    I am grateful to live with animals all around.we had a family of turkeys yesterday,they were too shy so no pics yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    Wow! Next thing you know she will be knocking on your door wanting to know where the scraps are.

    what great pictures and how nice to have them come into your yard!
    when I lived out in the country I had a birdfeeder outside my bedroom window. the turkeys found it and before long if there wasnt enough food out there they would peck on the house so I would toss out a handfull for them! It was hysterical!!!

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    beautiful

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    Ditto!!!! Our local nursery has a family that feeds the deer. Unfortunately they think her greenhouses, etc, are a buffet bar and eat all her plants!!!!! yip -- a small war going on there!!!

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    Precious!

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    She is beautiful, we have deer but they don't stick around long after our dog speaks.

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    WOW! I love the animals that come visit us all!

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