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Photograph - By Karol Livote
Taken in my front yard, Monroe, Connecticut, during the snowstorm on November 7, 2012. 14 inches of the white stuff fell here! This mother and two youngsters are regular visitors and are searching for whatever foliage is left on the trees. We do have several white-tail deer that are regular visitors. They cross our property usually around sunrise and sunset, but there are days that they just hang around all day. Which of course, is fine by me!
White-tailed deer- are found in Southern Canada and most of the United States. Adult weight ranges from 110-150 lbs. Feed on grass, twigs, apples,buds,acorns, and a wide variety of hardwood treees and leaves from conifer trees such as white pine and hemlock.
November 8th, 2012
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