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Old 04-11-2008, 07:32 AM
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A man named Tim in PA made the deer feeder with the 'Browning' logo. These twin albinos have been coming to his backyard since they were fawns in 2006. He & his wife have been trying to capture a digital pic of them for awhile, but they arrive at dusk or even later and they don't turn out. On Friday about 10 am they arrived. It was a beautiful morning and they came for their photo op. She can do dishes and make lots of noise and they aren't bothered. However, when they hear the patio door open they usually bolt. However, this time she banged a dish and Tim opened the door at the same time and was able to take the pictures.
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GREAT pics! Thanks for sharing Nica!!!!!!
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The thread title and the first glimpse of the Deer made me think they were artificial...they are a beautiful example of what nature can produce.

We had deer come vist often and then they suddenly disapeared. Later we found out that a gent in the easement behind our property (with a large calibre rifle) tracked down and shot some wild hogs and a few days later (and the deer a little larger and more mature) showed up to munch on our wild fescue again.
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