Evening Meal

Discussion in 'Wildlife/Nature' started by Tom Makofski, Nov 8, 2018 at 2:27 PM.

  1. Tom Makofski

    Tom Makofski Well-Known Member

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    Just returned from the Heckrodt Wetland Reserve where I ran into a doe and two of her fawns.

     
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    Not much left to make a meal of in front of this specimen. Is this one of the fawns?
     
  3. Tom Makofski

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    Yes, if I remember correctly!
     
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    The pickings are getting slim here Tom! Nice timing.
     

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