Whitetails in Winter

Despite extreme weather conditions, fluctuating from one of end of the bell curve to the other, the deep snow that limits wildlife mobility and access to food has been absent. Small family groups of whitetails are feeding throughout the day now, with the luxury of expanding their winter diet beyond the twigs of woody plants.

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Photos by NB Hunter. © All Rights Reserved.

8 thoughts on “Whitetails in Winter

  1. Had to chuckle at the second to last image. They can sure be quite athletic. I simply marvel at how they can seem to fly over rather high fencing, foiling any effort at keeping them out of gardens. Nice to see that they’re not suffering from too much deep snow this winter.

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