My main squeeze, a White-tailed Buck in his prime dubbed Leroy a.k.a. Bad, Bad Leroy Brown, the alpha buck of this particular deer herd
Fields of native prairie grasses near woodlands and farm lands
White-tailed buck (male deer) in his prime who I met from afar last winter in November. He's been the Alpha buck (if you will) of this herd for at least two years now and keeps very busy during the rut. Unlike Daddy and Gramps, Leroy has a much taller, leaner body frame and taller rack or antlers. All three (named above) are adult males in their prime with gentle, easy going dispositions. Warnings are usually a simple grunt, lowering of the head or pinning back of the ears without any actual antler jabs or kicks from these three. All three have also been approached by various fawns born earlier this spring in greeting and all three have given them the sniff or Eskimo kiss greeting in return. To say I love and admire these deer would be a gross understatement.
Lat: 46.27, Long: -95.63
Spotted on Dec 4, 2012
Submitted on Dec 15, 2012
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