Duck wrote:It's always amazed me how much wildlife actually exists in the suburbs. Most of the time they keep clear of humans but it looks like your brother's yard actually invites them in with feeders. That's awesome.
When my wife and I first moved into our house we had an old, diseased apple tree in the back yard. It brought in a family of deer every morning. I tried hard to nurse that tree back to health but it was too far gone and insects finally did it in. Now we don't see the deer as often though I'll catch them in my headlights at night as I pull into the driveway.
On the first set of deer images; It seems these deer weren't too skittish, considering your focal length shows you at about 100mm and it looks like they were aware of you being there. What's the story there? Looks like your brother feeds them so I'm sure that probably had something to do with it.
minniev wrote:Your brother appears to have created a wildlife sanctuary in his yard. I bet it was a fun visit - getting up for early coffee would have more than the normal rewards. Love the deer and duck images. And the turkey who wandered off to create his own thread.
TomCofer wrote:I'd wake up to duck and loon calls in the morning, grab a cup of coffee, and sit out on their deck or balcony every morning. It was great! [...]
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