Getting right in there!
Just ignore those humans and their camera thingies in the window. 😉
He seems to have an expression of resigned acceptance, over having to shove his face into the snow to get at the feed. 😀
He doesn’t seem too impressed by those humans on the other side of the window. 😀
Most of the time, deer are rather hard to tell apart. Some, like this one, have very distinctive facial features. Which is why we could recognize him when he started to come over by himself, instead of with the doe and her young one, like he usually does. 🙂
Potato Beetle watching the deer, who is watching Beep Beep sitting in the seeds on the ground.
Seeing a deer licking its chops is one thing.
Knowing it’s looking at a cat while licking its chops is something else entirely…
The chickadees were enjoying the suet feeder, even as the winds were buffeting them about!
One of the things I love about digital photography is that, after I’ve uploaded the images to my desktop, I often find things in the photos I didn’t notice when I took the photo.
Take this adorable chickadee on a lilac branch.
Are those really fresh leaf buds on the twigs???
This photo was taken on January 17. There should not be leaf buds this early in the year!
Given the cold spell we had soon after this was taken, there’s a good chance those leaf buds (if that’s what they are) were killed off by the bitter temperatures.
It’s not often I can get a photo of all three of them together, when they’re this close to the house.