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Whitetail Doe Bedded In Brush

March 18, 2018  •  1 Comment

I spotted a Whitetail Doe bedded near the road while I was driving through the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. I stopped and got a few photos and the Doe looked my way but relaxed after a few seconds. She began grooming herself so I decided to stay and watch her for a few minutes. Another Doe was bedded nearby but the brush was to thick for a good photo.

The Whitetail Does were near the Bakers parking area. I usually see deer in this area and I posted a photo of a Buck a few days ago that was near this same area. (Whitetail Buck Still With Antlers

I was at the Sequoyah National Refuge yesterday and I noticed that the Farmers are discing most of the fields. They must be getting ready to plant this year's first crops.

 

Whitetail Doe Bedded In Brush - 6662-180312Whitetail Doe Bedded In Brush - Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge - Oklahoma


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Greg Topp(non-registered)
Steve,
Such a peaceful and trusting animal. The eyes say it all!
Greg T.
Hayward, Wisconsin
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