Bitter Apples Don't Taste Too Good! by Ginny York

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This is a little doe who was born out in my area last year. She seems to be without a mother and follows the mother doe that has the twin boys. She has a thicker coat and is very trusting….to a point. lol Here she is taking in an apple. A bit bitter maybe? lol I find her to be extremely cute. :)
Taken in my yard in Amherst, Virginia with my powershot SX110 IS


animals, apples, deer, doe, eating, fuzzy, ginnyyork, mammals, whitetail, wildlife


  • LjMaxx
    LjMaxxover 5 years ago

    She is cute. Sad to read she might be alone.. I hope the others took her in.. Mine eat from my apple trees too.. I let them fall for the Deer all season possible.. Its a joy to sit and watch huh.. Very cool Ginny..:)

  • Thanks LJ. It is a little sad…but the mom and twins let her hang around with them all the time. Just once in a while she is not with them…but most of the time she is. She came with them all through the winter and I fed them apples, salted peanuts…and now corn. lol Do you have pictures of yours?

    – Ginny York

  • Jonice
    Joniceover 5 years ago

    She is cute. We have some that were coming around here but we don’t see them anymore. Jonice

  • Thanks Jonice. She can be a silly little thing. Maybe if you put something out there for them to eat, they will come!

    – Ginny York

  • Carol Barona
    Carol Baronaover 5 years ago

    What a wonderful capture. I am glad she has you to give her treats!

  • She would probably be fine without them, but I really do enjoy her and the others that come.

    – Ginny York

  • Ruth Lambert
    Ruth Lambertalmost 5 years ago

    Nice capture! Great work!

  • Thnks so much Ruth!

    – Ginny York

  • Georgie Hart
    Georgie Hartalmost 5 years ago

    Oh she’s lovely, I’m glad she’s got some company in her adopted family.

  • Thanks Georgie! She would let me get pretty close to her. She and the Mom and Twins came here every day through the Winter and into Spring. Then during the end of Summer…most of the deer stopped coming around the yard. I hope to see her in the Spring…maybe with a baby or two. She was hanging around with some bucks last time I saw her. I will recognize her since she has a little piece of her right ear missing.

    – Ginny York

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