That means he/she knew you were there and was belting out a warning to the others.
Last edited by Bushwhacker; 06-07-2011 at 10:17 AM.
How does something like that come to be Paul? Is it just part of development, waiting for the other to catch up, or has it been lost in a struggle of some kind?
Great little clip mate. It's cool the way they catch a glimmer of the IR illuminator, out of the corner of their eye, then look up to check
They shed them every year in the onset to winter and re-grow them.
They chew on the shed antlers to gain nutrients.
Here's a video from last week of a Roe doe and one of last years youngsters.
The squirrel in the background gave her a bit of a startle.
Note that tracking sign here would include browsing on the leaves and the slippage on the log.