Life in the mountains of Southern Colorado
Nice of you to supply his hay! Great photos -- would love to see this guy up close and personal...Sent from my iPad
the hay is from our hayrides...gotta do something with it after we are done riding!
great photos dude! Photography is a art, you did good job. Really nice pics bro, all the best.Sample Analysis
Thanks for the encouragement Shaik. Glad you like the photos.
He is quite impressive. I don't know alot about how to tell, but he doesn't look young to me. I imagine he has a few years of being wary of humanity behind him. It's neat that he's coming that close repeatedly. Perhaps he will stay the winter and you two will get better and better acquainted. I wonder if you know how to tell anything about his age...do the antlers shape or length have a tale of life to tell that you know how to read?
I don't know how to read their age. My off hand guess is 3-4 years old. No grey muzzle and they appear to be not that old. I'd ask them when we talk but I don't think deer years are like human years, kinda like dog years. They sure are healthy though. I know when Junior was hanging out he had 8 points and then when he got older he still only had 10 points. Gotta say they sure are neat animals.
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