Monthly Archives: July 2015

Key Deer in the Mangroves

There is true value in sitting back quietly and taking in the view waiting for the action to happen as occurred this morning along the shore. Ten minutes passed when before my eyes I noticed a ten week old old fawn in the water ┬áby the mangroves. This is like hitting the jackpot in the […]

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Dusk

At dusk the island becomes alive with an array of endangered animals and birds. It is astonishing how some of the deer will come right up to me and even follow me around like a dog if they think I have food (which I never do).          

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Summer Shade

The odds were good that I would find the herd of bucks at the hang-out in the middle of this sweltering hot summer day, where the trees provide shade and the resident human provides bird food.  

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