Tag Archives: roe deer

Fawning About

The fawns are back in the meadow. I saw them briefly last night, then again first thing this morning.  Just wish they’d come in to the shorter grass sometimes.  Most of the time I can only see their ears, and … Continue reading

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The Art of Watching Wildlife

Today has been retrospectively designated Wildlife Day here at the Old Cider House Studio. First, I was happily embarking on a cup of coffee when I looked up and, to my amazement, saw a male bullfinch feeding on the sunflower … Continue reading

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Fabulous Fawn

Glanced out of the studio window just in time to see a female roe deer…. with a fawn! Never seen a wild fawn before and it was so beautiful, indescribably gorgeous. It kept having to leap about as mum led … Continue reading

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Brief Encounters

Went for a walk in the local woods to find references for Christmas card design for The Deer Fund.  Had briefest glimpse of back end of fallow deer disappearing over the horizon, then saw eight more fallow deer disturbed by … Continue reading

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