At the north end of our compound is the orchard. The herd use this as their path through and to green pastures. During fruit season they linger longer.
Hubby came to get me with my camera to witness the herd. There were a dozen. They were very alert and had been frolicking before I arrived. I first shot through the screen, then through the window glass, then I slowly sneaked outside to get a clear view through a big lens (don't ask me what lens, I'm still learning).
They are moving toward our private road.
A few wandered over the cattle guard.
This one saw me and was sore afraid.
For those not familiar with this type of deer
the white tail "flag" is a warning for the herd.
Easy to see and tells them all DANGER.
If you're wondering what this has to do with fences
at The Run*A*Round Ranch's Good Fences
just take my word for it...
behind all that brush is a fence.