White-tailed deer fawn
“Each and every animal on earth has as much right to be here as you and me.” ~ Anthony Douglas Williams
I have lived in the country north of Portage, on 72 mostly wooded, posted acres, since 2003. This year was the first that a shy buck appeared regularly at dusk with two does. I rarely see bucks at all unless they are fawns. He was the most timid of the three.
My tenants had taken a canoe in late summer down Neenah Creek. They described how magical it was to see a large buck sleeping peacefully on my property beside the creek. They said he was resting in the midst of six deer stands located on my boundary or just across the creek. My neighbors on all sides are hunters.
Neighbors can kill the deer that live on my property by luring them to feedlots…
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