Monday, June 29, 2020
Friday, June 26, 2020
Thursday, June 25, 2020
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
Jason Tiedemann of Antigo, WI, and his wife was finishing up his deer blind the other day when this little doe came out of the blue and snuck up on them while they were painting. She jumped right in his deer blind and then walk off somewhere else. He said, I never🦌saw anything like this in my life!
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
The other day my Granddaughter Lucy posted this picture of Noah on Facebook, who will be 2 years old in September with his oldest brother, William David "Will" only being a year and day apart. She said she did not appreciate Noah dressing like he's grown. I think he did a great job and looks like he will be very independent. Way to go Noah! Great Gran Gran loves you so much and I'm so proud of you! xoxo
Monday, June 22, 2020
Friday, June 19, 2020
I took these pictures a week ago of children playing on the splash pad at the Children's Art Park At Catfish Row in my hometown of Vicksburg, MS. It was a really hot afternoon and the kids, with their parents watching, were having so much fun. I wished when I was little we had something like this to go to. We only had a green garden hose but it worked out just as fine.
Thursday, June 18, 2020
Another deer friend in the local forest preserves ~woods. It took me some time to do this and is a very relaxing past time for me walking and spending time within the area. I have to say it's pretty amazing to walk up to a wild deer and it does not get up and still touch ~ pet it like a "pet".This is in Chicago city limits. The deer is NOT INJURED~ It is used to and trusts me after much time spent within the herd just chilling in the woods.
I post this and other "like" videos to simply show one can connect with animals and nature. Just like the people that have pet bears, lions, tigers whatever animal it may be, animals can get used to humans be it from birth or in the wild. Whether it is good or bad, it happens and for me "I enjoy it" and that's all I'm trying to share with everyone. Thanks !!!!
Monday, June 15, 2020
Yesterday was Flag Day and I decided to go to the Mississippi Welcome Center to take a picture of the sun setting on the Mississippi River in my hometown of Vicksburg, MS. I just happened to get a mockingbird sitting on top of the lamp post with the U.S. Flag blowing in the breeze on the old Vicksburg Bridge.
Friday, June 12, 2020
This is the legendary deer known as Pincushion. He is not a giant, but he is the toughest and most allusive deer that has ever roamed this county He was shot twice before in the previous 2 seasons and survived but became very hard to find. Wade finally gets his chance at old Pincushion and makes a great shot with his TenPoint crossbow and the rest is history.
Thursday, June 11, 2020
White shark spotted off the coast of Ocean City, MD on June 8, 2020. Submitted by Steven White while fishing with Captain Mark Sampson on board the "Fish Finder", released to Unscene Productions through Fish In OC.
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
My Facebook friend, Mike Persichini, took all these pictures recently on a foggy morning and said it was his kind of morning. Mike is a deer whisperer in Michigan and does a great job taking pictures of all wildlife in our great wild outdoors! Enjoy!
Tuesday, June 09, 2020
People that call us and are concerned whether or not they should bring the found fawn in can look at this. My very first question is to look at the ears. Are they straight? Or are they crumpled?
If straight, was the deer laying down or standing up?
This year every deer we have taken in has looked like this. The ears are crumpled and the deer was standing up and crying.
The crumpled ear tips mean that the fawn is dehydrated and mom is gone.
The baby needs help!!!
If you are EVER in question about whether or not you need to help the baby, this is the answer.
If you find one with these crumpled ears, get that baby help!
We always advise if you get the fawn and can’t get it to a rehabilitation facility right away, NEVER feed the fawn ANYTHING but unflavored Pedialyte.
We use special kinds of milk made specific for deer and anything else may be proved fatal or create more issues.
As always please donate to your rehab facility as rehabilitation specialists are not paid.
We run strictly on donations or what we pay out of pocket.
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Hazard, KY, 41701
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