Chainsaw Does Not Deter Needy Elk
Enjoy this astonishing video from a forest near Donji Miholjac, Croatia. Most animals would flee at the sound of a chainsaw, but this elk doe gets all up in the woodcutter's business. That's dangerous, but the elk wants his attention, and won't leave until she gets it. Marko Durmisi, who took the video, offers an explanation: he and his buddy with the chainsaw were out the day before and gave food to this doe. She's not going to forget a kindness, nor is she going to let a little thing like a chainsaw interfere with a potential food source.#elk #deer #Croatia #chainsaw
The Dog That Adopted a Deer
Ludovica the fawn was abandoned by her mother near a farm in Germany. The sisters who run the farm saved the baby deer by feeding her, but did not want her to become too dependent on humans. They kept her outside, although protected by a fence. It was Leo, their dog, who became Ludovica's comforter, protector, and teacher. When she was older, Ludovica was granted freedom to roam, and Leo taught her how to wander in the woods. Now, Ludovica spends most of her time in the woods, hanging out with other deer. But she is still Leo's best friend, and visits the farm whenever the urge strikes. Ludovica is a unique deer living in two worlds. We wish her well, and hope she is a better mother than her own was. You can follow Leo and Ludovica at Instagram.#fawn #dog #deer #interspeciesfriendship
Albino "Ghost Deer" Caught on Camera
About one in 30,000 deer is born albino, and one man in Missouri just captured one of them on camera. Dale Richardson posted a video to Facebook showing his encounter with the all-white deer who was standing just a few feet from a road in Marshfield. He said that he’d spotted the deer wandering in the area on multiple occasions. Francis Skalicky, of the Missouri Department of Conservation, said that officials are aware of the existence of this particular albino deer, sometimes known as a "ghost deer”. He said that they’d been receiving reports about her several times already. “She has been around there for at least a few months.”#albino #deer #ghostdeer
Daughter Surprised Dying Mom in Hospice with a Visit from Bambi
Lisa McDonald’s mom has been living under assisted care for sometime. Upon realizing that her mother’s condition is rapidly deteriorating, she and her sister come up with a plan to surprise her with her favorite thing : Bambi. Their mother loves the Disney deer so much she owns Bambi T-shirts, has Bambi statues, and considers deers the most beautiful animals.The sisters quickly got in touch with a mobile petting zoo near their home in Melbourne. Coincidentally, the couple who owned it happened to have a deer fawn named, you guessed it, Bambi. They even drove two hours to McDonald’s mom’s hospice to bring Bambi to see her. McDonald later posted photos and a video of the encounter on The Kindness Pandemic Facebook group, bringing so many to tears. #deer #Bambi #pettingzoo #hospice
Tangled Deer Freed by Hunter with Angle Grinder
During mating season, buck deer often fight each other, and sometimes their antlers get hopelessly tangled. This complication usually leads to the death of one or both deer. But in December, two tangled bucks were reported to Wisconsin landowners Troy Rebarchek and Tami Keenan. It was hunting season, and the couple could have just taken and tagged them, but Rebarchek thought that would be unethical. After all, they had no chance to escape on their own. When Rebarchek found the deer, they were not only tangled with each other, but also with a small tree. Rebarchek retrieved the only cutting tool he had in the truck, which was an angle grinder. He removed one antler from each buck, plus a few smaller pieces, until the two were freed. His wife recorded the rescue operation on video, which you can see at Facebook. If they were to fight each other again, they probably don't have enough antlers left to lock up. However, if you see a buck in the Wisconsin wood with lopsided antlers, give him a break- he's been through a lot. Read the entire story at Outdoor Life. -via Fark(Image credit: Troy Rebarchek) #deer #antlers #tangledantlers
Newberry Township Police in Pennsylvania Find Live Deer in the Trunk of Car During Traffic Stop
Police officers discovered a live deer in the trunk of a carduring a traffic stop. The vehicle was pulled over in the area of Old Trail Road and Old York Road, Pennsylvania. According to authorities, the driver was stopped because he was initially suspected of driving under the influence. Upon a closer inspection of the car and its passengers, the police were shocked to notice a deer in the back of the car. According to the passengers, they hit the animal during their drive. Thinking that the poor deer was dead, they placed it in the back of the car. However, the animal survived! But instead of releasing it back into the wild, they kept the deer. Don’t worry, as the animal has since been safely released thanks to the officers on the scene that day. image credits: Newberry Township Police, CBS 21 #roadaccidents #deer #animal #cars
Deer Plays Soccer
Soccer (or football, as most of the world calls it) is a universal game. People all over the world love it, and it even crosses species borders. What do you think will happen when a deer finds a soccer ball?
Christmas Lights and Deer Do Not Mix Well
Despite what we've heard about Santa and his reindeer, regular deer do not need Christmas decorations. This deer was first spotted on November third in Okotoks, Alberta, with a string of Christmas lights tangled in his antlers. Several other reports came in about the same deer. He still carried those light on November 26 when Okotoks resident Bryce Lamont saw the deer and got some video footage. Alberta Fish and Wildlife officials are keeping an eye on the deer, but they don't want to tranquilize him unless it becomes absolutely necessary.
Rare Albino Deer Captured On Video By North Carolina Resident
It is common for deer to hang out in Kelly Hammer's neighborhood near the Eno River in North Durham, North Carolina. But on this particular morning, Hammer saw something "absolutely beautiful" when she looked outside her home. Alongside a group of deer was a deer that was all white. Hammer immediately grabbed her iPhone (she didn't have a good camera beside her that time) and went outside to take some pictures of the unexpected sight. The other deer immediately ran away, but the albino deer "casually walked around for a few minutes."Hunting in North Carolina is a common recreational activity, but hunters believe that killing a white deer could lead to a "long run of bad luck" for the hunter.The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission note that albinism is a rare phenomenon. It only occurs in one in every 30,000 deer.Hammer submitted her footage over at CBS 17.(Image Credit: Kelly Hammer/CBS 17)#Deer #Albinism #albino #Rare
Deer Brings Her Babies To Meet Her Dog Best Friend Every Spring
G-Bro is a golden retriever who made friends with a deer! G-Bro's family raised the deer Buttons since she was a rescue fawn. Now Buttons has both her freedom and her friends. That's because the Brown family has a big plot of land they keep forested with hiking trails so they can enjoy nature.
Top 25 Animal Photos of CEWE Photo Awards 2021
With over 606,000 photos from 170 countries submitted, the CEWE Photo Award 2021 is the biggest photo competition in the world. This year's competition motto of "Our world is beautiful," is brought to life by the winning photos in 10 categories.We're mesmerized by the shortlisted photos in the Animal category (of course, this is Supa Fluffy after all).The category winner, a herd of elephant titled "Der Clan kuschelt" or "The clan cuddles" by German photographer Josef Schwarz is shown above. The photo shows a clan of elephant huddling together, with the smallest elephants protected in the middle of the group.Take a look below at the rest of the shortlisted photos in the Animal category of the CEWE Photo Award 2021.#CEWEPhotoAward2021 #photography #AnimalPhotography #elephant
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