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    Default The Bambi twins are growing up.

    Must be the steady diet of birdfood.

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    Nice!!! How adorable! Nice capture
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    Very nice! And it looks like they're starting to lose their spots.
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    Default Deer for Breakfast

    Maybe you could feed the deer breakfast like they do in Texas.
    http://www.metacafe.com/watch/316898...fast_in_texas/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy Legs and Little d View Post
    Maybe you could feed the deer breakfast like they do in Texas.
    http://www.metacafe.com/watch/316898...fast_in_texas/

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    That's pretty cool. Although I don't feed them much as I don't them to a) become dependent on me for food or b) lose their fear of humans.
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    That is pretty cool. Especially when the women pets the one and gives it food from her hand. I do agree with Mark though, most times when wild animals lose their fear of people, they're the ones who end up getting in trouble or hurt. Still a cool video!
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    What a great picture, this is now my new desktop...........

    Yesterday we were driving to the Yankee Game and I saw two deer walking on the grass along side of Rt. 80. I was excited to see them, but this was in Fort Lee, which is right by the GW Bridge, not a good place for them to be, so much traffic. No way they will be able to survive there long.

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