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I am so jazzed!  For the second evening in a row, at twilight, we have seen White-Tailed Deer!  Tonight (Thursday Sept. 16, 2010), we saw a Buck at one wooded spot along a road in the boonies here in our community.  A few minutes later down the road a mile or so, we saw a herd of two Bucks, one Fawn, and one Doe in the driveway and on the front lawn of somebody’s house!  There are several golf courses and lakes in our community with lots of forests, and small creeks or brooks.  Our community here has defined neighborhoods plus many sparsely developed areas.  The deer are usually near the golf courses or near the more undeveloped areas.  Of course, tender, tasty lawn grass and those lovely landscaping plants and vegetables are hard for any deer to resist!  Hence, the deer in front yards, driveways, side yards and backyards.  Most here don’t have fences surrounding the yards so deer come and go easily.  I again took these pictures from the car.  Please click on the thumbnail version of the photo to see the larger picture.  Enjoy!

Comments on: "Deer and More Deer in Beautiful Cumberland County, Tennessee" (4)

  1. You sure caught a bunch of them tonight! I really like the shot of the little buck with the turtle – rock behind him. That’s a very pretty Whitetail! By coincidence, I also got a few shots at a couple of Whitetails tonight too. Can’t have too many deer pictures!

  2. These pictures are amazing! One would almost think they were some sort of yard art! They must be starving.

  3. What gorgeous pictures (& deer)! There are a lot of deer around here, but I rarely see bucks. Thanks for the great post!

  4. Wow—we need to get out and take a ride at twilight….. Guess we are just too lazy.. But seeing your pictures makes me want to!!!!! Looks like our deer population has grown since spring. They must have had a good mating season…
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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