Deer in the gray thicket

Got some nice footage of some deer on the trail camera this week. One is a bit goofy: The other is a beautiful scene as trio of deer come through the thicket after a rainy night: There is a major … Continue reading

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Hitler’s deer friends

Hitler feeding some roe deer, 1936. Good thing these deer met the animal-loving Hitler and not Goering, who probably would have shot them! I am aware that Western roe deer are found throughout Europe, but I most strongly associate them … Continue reading

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Tracking a roe deer with a Drahthaar

The dog’s name is Tanne (German for fir tree): Source. This is illegal in West Virginia. Dogs cannot be used to hunt deer in any way, but the laws are not well-enforced. The reason why it’s illegal is that deer … Continue reading

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The tawny deer of summer

White-tailed deer turn red-fox tawny in summer. Canis lupus hominis

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