Category Archives: Deer

Bedded Whitetail Doe

I photographed this bedded Whitetail Doe in the brush near Baker’s Field. Baker’s Field is on the west side of the road that leads to South Sally Jones Lake at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. The Doe was in the wooded area past the field on the west side of the road near the parking area.… Read More »

Whitetail Buck Reaching For Leaf

This young Whitetail Buck Reaching for a leaf was near the Lower Scarborough which is at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. You can see in my photo that this area is thick with vegetation. I first heard this Buck wading through water feeding on the plants. It was so thick I could only get glimpses of… Read More »

Whitetail Doe Near Reeves Ramp

This Whitetail Doe near Reeves Ramp was at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. I spotted the Doe feeding near the water’s edge when I pulled into the parking lot. I have photographed Whitetail Deer in the area before. The last time was of a Doe and Fawn together. This Doe did not have a Fawn with… Read More »

Whitetail Doe And Fawn Closeup

I photographed this Whitetail Doe and Fawn closeup at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma back in August 2018. They were both grooming each other before they bedded down for the morning in the timber. I have made many trips to the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge this summer and have not seen Whitetail Fawns. I talked to… Read More »

Whitetail Buck With Hair Loss

This young Whitetail Buck is loosing hair around its neck area. The first thing I thought was that this Buck had mange. The Buck seems healthy and I don’t see thickening of the skin or redness in that area which is common with mange. When I got home I did research on what could be going on with… Read More »