September 9, 2013 by georgettesullins
…here they are…the fawns. Can you spot (soooo sorry) the twins?
We heard there was food.
It’s definitely cooler outside. The seasons are changing!!!
Posted in The Great Outdoors | Tagged deer, fawns, feeding the deer, Nature, September, thicket | 22 Comments
They’re such beautiful creatures!
They really are coming out during the day. A couple of the fawns are losing their spots.
What a delightful little family!
It was fun to see just the fawns gather ’round the trough.
oh, so beautiful!!!
What a treat to see them early in the morning.
Awesome pictures! I want to come visit the farm some time … how long have we been saying that?!?! Miss you, my friend!
Hopefully that will be soon! Miss you, too.
I love these pictures. BTW I meant to tell you I love the new header on your blog.
haha…really…at first I thought that looms rather large…I’m glad you like it.
Those deer are living the good life, no question about that. My, they are beautiful. Healthy, too. I suspect the extra corn doesn’t hurt one little bit. 😉
Rick takes pride in seeing them fill out. He is feeding them a protein supplement.
Exciting encounter with the deers. Are the twins the one drinking the water? Have a great week!
Rick caught all five…he has counted five gathering around the feed trough.
Just beautiful. It’s so nice to see them taken care of. I think they appreciate it.
Thank you, Patti. They seem to be responding to Rick and friends without getting “spooked.” Amazing.
I “spotted” them! I feel the air changing, and your post has me in the mood for fall.
ooo…I feel it and I really want to see 80’s or 70’s.
PS — I love your new header!
Thanks, Melissa. That would be the house at the farm.
How lovely that you can easily have access to such beauty. Amazing!
Rick and friends have struck up a friendship that brings them out…the food helps.
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