Whitetail Fawn Buck

Hidden in the thick weeds was a Whitetail Fawn Buck and I almost missed it. If he had not moved, I would have. This was at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. He’s called a button buck because his antlers haven’t yet grown. He has two bumps or “buttons” on top of his head. The buttons on… Read More »

Whitetail Buck In Tall Soybeans

I was leaving the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma when I saw this Whitetail Buck in a Soybean field. The Bucks movement caught my eye. How I Got The Photo – Whitetail Buck In Tall Soybeans I parked on the side of the auto tour road near the gate entrance with my camera and lens resting on… Read More »

Twin Fawns With Fading Spots

As you can see in my photo of these twin Whitetail Fawns, their spots are fading. The spots on Whitetail Fawn fade at around three to four months old. How I Got The Photo: Twin Fawns With Fading Spots I was near the 4-corners intersection at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma when I spotted these two… Read More »