The Raven Diaries IX


It was late in the afternoon as I watched a young doe who has been hanging close to the house. I watched as she pawed the ground about 30 feet up the slope behind the wood stack. She lay down and was very still. I was deciding to get my camera when saw Sammy crashing into the vegetable garden. I went down to retrieve him. As he was riding back to the porch on my arm, I saw that the doe was standing on her feet and nursing two newborn fawns. I fed Sammy and by that time the doe was leading the fawns into the brush.



Posted on March 31, 2013, in Psi Keep Center for the Arts, Ravens, Uncategorized, Unforeseen Events and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I notice the redbud blossoms carried by the ravens…. How timely. I have a small tree in my front yard that has been in bloom for about a week or more.


  2. I can’t get over the deer. We have only been here for three years. Coming from the desert the wildlife here is much more interesting than coyotes,scorpions and lizards. Great wildlife photos and what a lovely forest.


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