THE PERFECT MOMENT
White tailed deer
This was the perfect moment. Was able to sneak up slow enough that these deer remained lying down and eating the grass, however! Lying down doesn’t make for a good shot. As there is tail grass and shrubs. Always trying not disturb the animals I just waited in hopes for a good opportunity, waiting and enjoying this snowy nature moment. All of a sudden the deer rise there heads and looked spooked! I thought someone must be coming behind me.., I looked and there was the cutest Red Fox coming right up beside me. Quickly grabbed the quickest photo and returned focus to the deer, during this time the deer jumped up and stood tall in the perfect stance & spot. Beautiful snow failing, captured the moment as they watched the fox pranced away.. after I was able to witness this perfect moment the deer settled down lying right back down. Happy with all this, I sneaked away.. See ya next time big guy🦌..
Oh, and thanks FOX 🙏
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The northern regions of the whitetails range experience shedding earlier than the Midwest, so around January. The Midwest bucks tend to keep their antlers on until February, while the southern deer might still be rutting depending on the region, dropping their antlers anywhere from February to late march. #deer#deers#buck#naturephotography