Sightings and Seasonal Changes on a Nature Preserve and Ranch
in Coastal California
Ahahaha, so cute, I love it!
It's interesting to watch the social dynamics of a group of deer. The second doe was definitely facing and looking forward at the noise and seemed to be watching and backing the lead doe, but second doe had also swiveled her ears backward to listen & track the movement of the fleeing yearlings, thus the llama ears.
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