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I met this little one today

 
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Fresh new fawn i met on my land today.
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I met one a couple of weeks ago. She was sleeping in a little hole. Cool stuff!
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Mother and baby. This pair used to come to my tree pruning jobs to eat the tender bits from the top of fruit trees.
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Wow ! That's amazing! I could never get to grab my tablet to get a picture of any wildlife besides salamanders ha
 
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With the advent of cell phones, everybody's a good photographer. I didn't see these little ones hatch. I used a rope to tie the branch up just high enough so that vehicles could drive under.

Hummingbird eggs.
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I actually got one!! Its a newt! Gorgeous colors
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