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    Default Wild Neighbors

    Yesterday, two velvet bucks and a doe were feeding in our meadow by the river. The place to the north has been scalped by year-round horse grazing and the surrounding public land is severely cowburnt. So our patch of native veg has become a wildlife refuge. A doe birthed twin fawns in the dense cover by the river. Now that the ephemeral streams on the mountain are dry, the deer will be crossing our place to drink at the river. I love seeing them.

    Last edited by Chip; August 2nd, 2022 at 02:52 PM.

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