Fifteen feet away, outside my big picture window, a 6-point buck is grazing on my lawn.
It’s one of the the little black-tail island deer, a beautiful specimen. I usually only see them grazing beside the road. It’s a real treat to see one up close like this.
Of course, my camera is up at the coffeehouse. That’s two great photo ops I’ve missed. I guess it’s time for another camera, huh?
Sounds beautiful, but I have no idea what island you are talking about, so I can’t picture the deer. Can you give a better clue to your location?
Or a bow and arrow.
At least, that’s what this guy thought.
I originally misread the thread title as Pretty Little Buick, and thought - no way. :dubious:
No, the Buick was out the back window.
This is a doe of the same species – I can’t find a good photo of a buck. I’m taking the camera home tonight, though.
I’m on Whidbey Island. Our local black-tail deer are, as is usual for island mammals, slightly smaller than their mainland counterparts.