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    Odd behaviour?

    I was out last night and seen a doe behaving, in what seemed to me, a little odd.

    She was a mature doe although not old, but she was jumping around like a spring lamb on acid and would then just stop and start eating, then she'd be off again. She looked perfectly healthy from what I could see, but the jumping around seemed odd? The rest of the group of 4 were fine so I concluded it wasn't flies or midges etc?

    Any thoughts or is it common place and I have not witnessed it until last night? Should I have taken her out (not for dinner or a drink!).



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    Just full of the joys of Spring

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