Category Archives: Deer

Whitetail Buck Sticking Tongue Out

I photographed this Whitetail Buck sticking its tongue out at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. This was on July 3rd. This was also the first time I visited this refuge since the big flood (Flooding At Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge). The refuge has done a great job with cleanup. The Sandtown area was still closed. Later… Read More »

Large Velvet 8 Point Whitetail Buck

I photographed this large velvet 8 point Whitetail Buck last June at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. I am unable to visit this refuge now because of a flood (River Rising At Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge). Before the flood I was seeing several Whitetail Bucks in different stages of antler growth. I counted eight in one… Read More »

Whitetail Doe Under Tree

I was on the asphalt section of the tour road at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. This Whitetail Doe was under a tree that was in a field that’s known as Goss Field on the north side of the road. How I Got The Shot I had my Fujifilm X-T3 camera resting on a bean bag… Read More »

Whitetail Doe Shedding Winter Coat

In my photo of this Whitetail Doe, you’ll notice that she’s shedding her winter coat. The thick gray hairs fall out and are replaced by the summer’s new, reddish coat. Compared to the darker winter hair that absorbs the heat of the sun, the red hair reflects the energy of the sun. I photographed this Whitetail Doe at… Read More »