I am a wildlife lover and have been observing the wildlife in our woods since we bought our property in the country. So you know what that means??? I have too many pictures to choose just one! I was hoping momma Doe would grace us with presenting her fawns of this year before time ran out for this weeks submission but she didn’t so I’m submitting these at the last minute.
This picture of a Turkey Hen & Poults was captured with my Canon EOS 7D camera through our sliding glass door so I wouldn’t spook them as they walked up one side of our backyard. Thank goodness for my 400mm zoom lens!
Here’s a video of a Turkey giving itself a dirt bath taken with our old camcorder. Sorry for the shakiness but I didn’t have a tripod and it’s hard to keep the picture still when you’re zoomed out to the max.
If it doesn’t show up for you on this page you can view it here: Turkey Bath
These photos were captured with our trail camera so we could see what the critters were up to when we weren’t around.
I was surprised to learn that different animals seem just fine being around each other. I’ve seen the deer hang out with turkeys, racoons, rabbits, woodchucks & skunks.
In this photo the fawn is running about and is too fast for the trail camera settings. I love the fact that you can see that the fawn had twirled it’s tail in a circle, even if it does look like a ghost fawn!
In this photo one fawn stands at alert as the other snuggles up with momma to browse for food.
Don’t you just love those spots! So adorable!!!
Hope everyone has a GREAT DAY!!!