Look who visited the feeders today (and everyday).  This youngster makes a daily visit to eat seed that has fallen onto the ground as well as eat directly out of the feeder.  His antlers are growing in and his coat is beautiful and shiny.  Love seeing this fellow each and every day.

Do you have yard visitors that feast on birdseed that falls onto the ground?  We'd love to hear you share stories so feel free to share with our birding community.



09/06/2016 4:07am

The picture of this little fellow dear is so cute and I really love to have such lovely pet. Everyone must love the animals like the way you do because they have no language to express their feeing.

08/31/2017 8:29pm

My daughter named Allen, is very fun of seeing animals. She always wanted to go to zoo or farms for her to see her favorite animals. Every end of the month, we always go out and go to different places after visiting a zoo or a farm. There's this restaurant that is made for kids, I forgot the name but it has everything that the kids will enjoy like, the toys and other playful thing for them. I wish I could see one of those Deers near our city hahaha. Thank you, have a wonderful day!

12/14/2017 3:25am

I am an animal lover myself and all I can say is that this is just an amazing photo. What an astounding animal the deer is. Being able to live in harmony with such a majestic creature fills my heart with joy. I wish that someday, I will also be given the opportunity to feed and co-exist with a deer as beautiful as this one. I hope that you will share with us more of your great captures in the future.


I have no visitors because I have no yard( But I like feeding animals on the streets!

11/10/2017 12:52pm

Oh my! This deer is so young and so beatiful! It was awesome for you to have such guests I suppose.

12/15/2017 9:17pm

I am thinking to make a garden in my back yard.This tip will help me to come up with some creative ideas.


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    Jacqueline Totten is a bird lover whose backyard is a true haven for many different wild birds, squirrels, deer, rabbits, fox and an occasional bear.  She keeps the local Feed & Grain in business during the winter months with the amount of bird seed purchased.


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