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photoblog image Oh Deer!

Oh Deer!

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Deer are a menace in my daughter's neighbourhood in New Brunswick. All vegetable gardens have to be fenced and certain shrubs and plants, (tulips for instance) are like an open invitation.  Islanders never see deer or moose at home so take photos on the mainland.

 

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Oh Deer!

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Deer are a menace in my daughter's neighbourhood in New Brunswick. All vegetable gardens have to be fenced and certain shrubs and plants, (tulips for instance) are like an open invitation.  Islanders never see deer or moose at home so take photos on the mainland.

 

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comments (10)

  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
  • 21 Nov 2019, 01:52
awh, so pretty and i love your title
Care MacADNski: You kind of forget about deer when they live on our island.
Wonderful shots of these beautiful deer! I understand the frustration with them - I had to fence out deer and elk from my garden when I lived on the Mesa.
I LOVE this song!!
Care MacADNski: The worst is that they bring the deer tick which is what carries Lyme disease. I love this song. You can check them out on YouTube.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 21 Nov 2019, 03:19
Fattening up for their Christmas activities...
Care MacADNski: The worst is they are suburban so you can't hunt them.
Jolies photos de ce bel animal.
Care MacADNski: We have no deer on the island so it is fun to see them.
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 21 Nov 2019, 06:38
Very elegant and good looking creatures, yet they eat nearly everything in our garden. They don’t like lavender.
Care MacADNski: So funny. I told my daughter that her lavender surpassed anything else in one of her gardens. Now we know why.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 21 Nov 2019, 07:19
We get deer in the garden at home
Care MacADNski: None here on the island. The farmers killed them all off a century ago. Amazing to go to a garden center on the mainland and find certain plants not stocked because of how much the deer love them. Here the same plant will thrive.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 21 Nov 2019, 08:02
The look good, but I know what damage they can do. Every single new rose bud in my garden earlier this year was nipped off by Roe Deer; it was virtually an extra pruning
Care MacADNski: We can grow anything here whereas on the mainlands deer eat everything. The farmers killed them off perhaps a century ago.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 21 Nov 2019, 08:58
oh DEER indeed. They are wonderful animals but are havoc in a neighborhood. My brother has deer all around, nothing is safe in his garden.
Great shots though.
Care MacADNski: I grew up in the reral areas of her province but these deer have made a home in the suburbs where there is no hunting. What people plant in their gardens, the deer assume is for them. Ha ha.
Fortunately living in the middle of town we don't get Deer round our way, besides which the back garden has a tall brick wall round it, but they are beautiful animals.
Care MacADNski: I grew up in the rural areas of her province but these deer have made a home in the suburbs where there is no hunting. Smart fellows.
Deer are very beautiful animals and you captured this one from different angles Mary... i like the portrait of his head...
it's too bad that they cause problems around the gardens....petersmile
Care MacADNski: When and where I grew up, deer stayed in the woods and fields but at hunting season they could be hunted. You can't really hunt in the suburbs so the deer have it good and won't leave.

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