I got pretty lucky the other day. A young Fox kit bounced out of the tall grass and gave me a few moments where I was able to get a few photos. As I walked past an area of flowering water plants I noticed they were very Bee friendly. Another water lily was host to a couple of insects. Then a Fox Squirrel stops by, not so sure at first but soon was comfortable enough to give me a couple shots. A rare sighting of a Piebald Whitetail Deer was a welcome surprise. Piebald deer (partially white) are from a recessive genetic trait and the deer usually become more prevalent due to overpopulation of a deer herd. Shortly after seeing the piebald deer a young Whitetail Buck, came surprisingly close. Notice the antler growth is in velvet.
|A Red Fox kit...|
|A couple of busy Bees...|
|This Lily is a bug collector...|
|A Fox Squirrel checking out the area...|
|A Piebald Whitetail Deer (right) and its companion come out of the woods and cross the field...|
|A Piebald Whitetail Deer...|
|Young Whitetail Buck...|