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The Deer

After which seems like many months, I finally saw the deer come back after a rainstorm. They still come back for the salt lick and the nuts that are on the ground there. Of course right now the leaves are out in full and so it's a little difficult to see them, but there are at least two here, one is back in the woods a bit on the right. I also saw a young fawn who wanted a taste of the salt lick, but the doe kicked her out of there. When I first saw this deer I thought it was a buck and after taking the pictures I still think I can see small antler's but I think they happen to blend in with the tree. 

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