With rifle deer season only a day away, this buck appears well practiced in his survival skills. Judging from his size he has lived through a number of deer seasons. Beginning Monday morning his skill set will once again be tested.
Sunday, November 18, 2018
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Today, with sleet and snow softly falling, I was spending time working on photos and occasionally surfing the web. It was when I visited this blog that I realized that nearly eleven months had passed since my last post. Much of what I said in the closing lines of the last post concerning my disillusionment with social media still stands and has made me more reluctant than ever to share my opinions on issues of the day.
Here in south-central Pennsylvania the white-tailed deer run is in full swing. Bucks, that for months were seldom spotted, are now pursuing does with wild abandonment. I spotted a high six point buck tending a doe this morning as the winter storm was just beginning.
A couple of days early I caught this little six posing nicely.
This buck, again from this morning, was watching a doe standing nearby. As they so often do, he stood motionless for many minutes until she suddenly bounded off. He was right on her heels as they rushed out of sight.