I have been out a few times now on my bit and it is reasonably close quarter shooting as it's heavily planted ex forrestry, several times now I have bumped a Roe who has shown me it's white bit as it's bounding into the wood. As it's doing this it is also barking at me as it's confirmed that I am not good news for it or others around.
Not 50m away on several times now I have come into contact with another Roe, who didn't run and was not assertive to the dangers although another Roe had given the warning bark. I have also noticed this from Species to Species, I have predominantly Roe but also a good group of Sika, the Sika have again whistled to aleart others in the area which might have signalled the others to dispurse but Roe don't pay any attention what so ever as there have been Roe not 20m from the Sika....
Has anybody else come accross this? Any reason to why this happens?