Melissa Fischer. wild in Michigan. naturalist

More mothers

The trees are finally getting their leaves.

A White-crowned Sparrow. Normally I see them for a few weeks in April, but like the gardens, everything seems to be a month late this year.

Deer leave their fawns hidden in tall grass while they feed for hours at a time. I hope this doe leaves her little one (or ones!) in our tall grass after they’re born. I’m going to throw her some food tonight for mother’s day…don’t tell the D.N.R.. Click to enlarge and see her big belly closer.

A very pregnant White-tailed deer.



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