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In the spring 2019, after the cold snowy winter in Roanoke Virginia. The mother and her 3 cubs are enjoying the spring afternoon having a family picnic. The 3 cubs are an exciting site to see in this area.
May photo of a soon to be giant !Also a curious closeup pic ! Camera says Booner bottom and I’m sure this se Mn deer will be just that . ... Booner !!!
This is about 200 yards from my front door 4 mountain lions walkin up my driveway at dusk
We had seen spoor from this Leopard so knew it was in the area ... but there were Lion as well so he/she was being very cautious in his movements. There was not much water around so I set the camera up near a waterhole in the hopes it would get thirsty. No sooner had I set it up than a herd of elephants came down to drink. I retreated and left the camera until the next day. On returning I was surprised to see the camera still where I had left it - untouched by the elephants. The first pics I saw were out-of-focus elephant ears - they were that close ...and then just a single photo of this most magnificent specimen. In reminded me of the first photo taken of a Lion by Flash in 1909 & presented in appreciation to my Grandfather by the original Wildlife Photographer - Cherry Kearton.
I've been placing a camera on this spot from October to June for years to monitor the deer and turkeys coming and going from our hay field. I was excited to see a new fawn already running around. Looking at the date and size of this fawn gives me an idea when you rut happened around our farm last year as the gestation period on deer is approximately 200 days.
Caught a large coyote on a trail behind our home. He's about the same height as our 80lb mountain cur.