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"Things city-folk aren't likely to see in their yard!

This is a discussion on "Things city-folk aren't likely to see in their yard! within the Animals (mammals, birds, insects etc.) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; So, I went out into the back yard to get my bike out of the shed this morning and there's ...

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    Default "Things city-folk aren't likely to see in their yard!

    So, I went out into the back yard to get my bike out of the shed this morning and there's Mama Deer acting rather strange... Normally she just gives me a dirty look and stomps off in a huff if I get too close to her while she's pruning my shrubs... So, being the curious sort, I looked a little more closely...











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    Apologies for the quality; all I had handy was the body with the 70-200 and TC . Not really meant for shooting things at distances of fifty feet or less....

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    Nice shots...Love the last one, still looks a little shaky on the new legs

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    Nice! A pair of brand new babies!

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    Cool shots. Are twins normal?

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    Wow .... how cool is that!!!

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    Awwww..shot 4 and 5 killer! That is soo sweet!
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    Awwww..shot 4 and 5 killer! That is soo sweet!
    I need those glasses I can't see shot 5.

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    That settles it, I gotta move back to the hometown, where we had deer in the backyard sometimes, here in Vancouver, it's skunks, racoons, and squirrels.

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