Friday, July 26, 2019,
This is a pair of White-tailed Deer I saw at West Meadow Beach. They’re both in their summer colors – I love that red – and the male is sporting the start of a fine pair of antlers. These two deer are obviously fond of each other. If this keeps up, they may be dance partners during the autumn rutting season. JK
Tuesday, October 16, 2018,
Saturday, December 9, 2017,
We had our first real snowfall today. Nothing major. I think a total of five to seven inches are expected when the weather clears tomorrow morning. I was on a bird walk at Avalon Park and Preserve this morning when the snow began to kick in.
The bird walk was one of Four Harbors Audubon’s regularly scheduled walks. We walk at Avalon and Frank Melville Memorial Park every second Saturday of each month. We had a very small gathering at Avalon, only four of us altogether. I guess the forecast scared some of our regular walkers off. I guess the snow isn’t for everybody.
As it turned out, it wasn’t a very big day for bird watching anyway. We saw a few but no great numbers of anything. However, we did come across a small herd of five deer. Three does and two fawns. It was the first snow of the season for us, but for those two fawns it was their first snow ever. They didn’t seem very impressed but the snow was really just beginning when I took these photos.