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[10 Jun 2013|05:27pm]

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A pair of spring fawns that were outside my window.
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Carl Offterdinger [21 Sep 2012|12:15am]

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[28 Jun 2012|03:27am]

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[14 Jun 2012|11:45pm]

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[16 Apr 2012|08:38pm]

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The Sleeping BeautyCollapse )
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[11 Mar 2012|07:52pm]

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[21 Feb 2012|01:11am]

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Reminds me of stylized art deco deer.
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Jean Goujon [02 Feb 2012|11:50am]

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H. J. Ford [24 Jan 2012|04:15pm]

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[17 Jan 2012|11:12am]

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[21 Dec 2011|10:11pm]

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[21 Nov 2011|10:17pm]

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Digby and Iona jewelry
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[04 Nov 2011|12:21am]

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[13 Oct 2011|10:42pm]

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Found on Tumblr
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Visitors [18 Sep 2011|12:02pm]

mondhasen
[ mood | chipper ]

Three deer appeared in the yard this morning, a doe and two fawns. The second fawn can be seen just beyond the doe.

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[15 Sep 2011|11:22pm]

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[26 Aug 2011|12:52am]

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By Kiki Smith, also posted to lagomorphic
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[19 Aug 2011|01:57am]

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[03 Aug 2011|11:09pm]

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Via http://www.flickr.com/photos/richardthomas78/94108803/
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Combat ready [14 Jun 2011|01:44am]

nacht_hirsch

Lexx during the rut, November, 2010 Lexx during the rut, November, 2010
Ready to confront any buck who wants to start something.


Lexx is probably the most mellow deer you could ever meet... most of the year. That changes in the fall with the arrival of the rutting season. After all the bucks have shed their velvet and have worked their antlers into tip-top shape for fighting, the overall mood in the herd changes. By then, all the mature bucks have put on weight and their necks are significantly distended, giving some bucks a "pinhead" appearance. Here Lexx has a really thick, heavy neck with a thick coat of heavier hair. The brown color all over his face is an oily deposit that stains the hair when he rubs his face over the scent glands on his legs. He picks up this material with his head and rubs it over as much of his body as he can reach. With the white area around his mouth he reminds me of Al Jolson made up in black-face in "The Jazz singer". Any time throughout the year, if you rub any mature buck between his antlers, your fingers will pick up a dark tarry material that's given off by the glands located there.
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