Living in a rural area, we frequently get deer visiting our property. I don’t take pictures of them all the time, but have accumulated a few, so I thought I’d post some recent ones.
(We used to get elk too, though they stopped when neighboring properties were developed.)
From a month ago, a deer munching grass in front of our beehives:
Near the apple trees behind the workshop:
You may have seen these on my personal blog, of a doe and a couple brand-new fawns:
From a couple of weeks ago, just hanging out by the aforementioned apple trees, watching me as I went past:
A few days ago, a nighttime graze right in front of the beehives cam:
A couple of days ago, grazing on plants in the traffic circle of our driveway:
And that’s why we don’t have tulips anymore. When choosing plants, deer resistance is always one of the criteria, though they don’t always read the labels.