So the philosophy is: "Take a camera everywhere and see what happens. . . "

Jock Elliott

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Sometimes "everywhere" only has to be as far away as my home office window. Taken with a lowly Olympus D-550 not 15 minutes ago.

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Jock Elliott

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kyteflyer,

these eat my wife's ribbon grass with great delight.

We live about a half mile from a major technical university, yet we get all kinds of wildlife going through the yard, including lots of deer.
 

Crsnydertx

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Houston, TX
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Chuck
They're pretty widely found in the lower 48 states of the US. Here in Texas, their population is robust to the point of excess in many areas; auto collisions are a significant factor in their mortality. Oh, and they're a popular species for hunting; deer sausage is a common delicacy in season!
 

Country Parson

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North Carolina
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They're pretty widely found in the lower 48 states of the US. Here in Texas, their population is robust to the point of excess in many areas; auto collisions are a significant factor in their mortality. Oh, and they're a popular species for hunting; deer sausage is a common delicacy in season!

Same in North Carolina, and they are good eating, unless of course you are a vegetarian. Nice shots.
 

Xuereb

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W. Australia
THey are a real problem here in western VA and WV. There are a lot of traffic accidents. They are also pretty tame, and will cheerfully sit in your yard and eat your flowers.

I get it. So they are just like our kangaroos who insist on their right to eat everything in the garden. I have noticed however that they will not touch lavender, rosemary and artichokes. Roses don't trouble their tongues at all.
 

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