Tag Archive: White-tailed deer


This white-tailed deer was alerted, but not enough to raise it’s white tail!

White-Tailed Buck

Our early morning walk on the Millersburg Rails to Trails trail rewarded me with this view!

All Ears

Deer in front of me on the Rails to Trails trail, trying to figure out what I am! In case you noticed this photo was taken before the one on yesterday’s post!

High-Tailing It

White-tailed Deer on the move!

I let a Doe and two fawns cross the road! I didn’t want to take the chance that they would wait on me!

Am I Safe

Or Not

No wonder they are called, White-tailed Deer!

Fawns still with spots!

Buck in Velvet!

Doe ran across ravine, after crossing the road in front of me, had to stop and check me out from a safe distance!

Skittish Whitetails

These white-tail deer sure were skittish, showing their white-tails as they ran off.

White-Tail Deer on the Run

A dog came over and barked at these deer before I could get a photo of them grazing! Tails up, and away they go, showing quite well, why they are called white-tailed deer.

I set out for Force Rd. at the Killbuck Creek Wildlife Area in Wayne County, Ohio, to see if I could locate the King Rail, which had eluded me during at least 3 other visits! This time I was rewarded with a sighting of the birds, as well as the bonus of the other animals! Disclaimer:  Some experts verified that these birds were the Common Gallinule bird! So it goes! Maybe next time!

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Common Gallinule

 

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Eastern Phoebe

 

 

White-tailed Deer

 

 

Raccoon

 

 

Common Gallinule – Some are likely young chicks

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Beaver

Get-A-Way Whitetail

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While trying to capture sight of some birds, this deer lopes along below the Millersburg Village Cemetery!