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    Roe Buck in the shade

    Hi All,

    There are not many roe around the part of East Sussex where I live but they appear to be getting a foothold. Plenty of Fallow to compete with them for food must be one reason why they are not more widely established.

    I am lucky enough to get the few that do manage to hold their own coming into my garden and saw this buck taking a rest in the shade this morning 15 feet from the house. I thought I'd share...

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    That's a beautiful sight to have in your garden, certainly beats my mangy fox...

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    Lovely! Wish I had them do that in my garden
    O wad some Power the giftie gie us to see oursels as ithers see us!

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    I'm starting to use the camcorder more this season. He looks peaceful.
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    Better than all the cats we get in ours ****ting in my plant pots!!


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    Hopefully he makes a regular appearance. I'm pretty sure he's two years old as he looks like a deer that turned up last year with buttons on his head. Almost thought he was a doe until I had a good look.

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    Aye, he's a bonny lad!


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    Lucky man!
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