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Scenic Adair County: Deer II, bounding away

2017-08-13 - Greenbriar Ridge Road, between Breeding & Chance, Adair County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener,
After a long encounter for photos, the young deer bounded off into the cedars, a reminder that even this was more than many of us saw of the beautiful animals when they were first re-introduced to the area. Can never forget the thrill of catching a glimpse of just the erect whitetail the first time I saw one, off Little Cake Hill, several decades ago, when deer here were so skittish; now the herds behave like pets. Paired Photo
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