Posts Tagged ‘whitetail deer’

 
A doe stops for a peak at the University Forest in Orono.

Whitetail doe poses for a photo

By Dave Small on Nov. 06, 2012, at 9:37 a.m.
Three recent outings provided some nice photo opportunities. Right out my door, the University of Maine Forest gave up a hermit thrush scouring through the fallen leaf litter searching for food. A little later and farther down the trail a white-tailed doe deer peeked out of the woods for a shutter click. The Stud Mill …
An American bald eagle soars over Hermon Pond

The bald eagles are flying in Hermon

By Dave Small on Feb. 14, 2012, at 9:56 a.m.
While ice fishing at Hermon Pond, I observed several bald eagles, there seems to be a good population of them hanging out around the pond. Immature eagles keep their molted looking coloration for about five years. What a difference in appearance between a juvenile and an adult. It was really fun watching them in between …
 
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