Janine Weaver found this shy friend carefully watching her surroundings at Cootes Paradise.
This cute little fawn seems as curious about the photographer, as she is of her! Submitted by Janine Weaver.
A beautiful deer in the amazing Dundas Valley, a true jewel of the city. Submitted and taken by Randy Newstead.
Our morning entertainment comes when the “breakfast crew” shows up for a buffet of corn and molasses… basically deer candy. Submitted by Wayne and Wenda Moore.
I came upon this big fella hiking in The Dundas Valley. Submitted by Joel Marshall.
Bob Blair captured this mother and child moment at the Arboretum.
This beautiful deer stopped for a drink along the Grand River, took a little look around, then she was on her way again. Submitted by Robert Barnes.
On my morning walking, I spotted this deer in the parking lot at the entrance of Webster’s Falls. Submitted by Gedas Blekaitis.
“This was taken at Princess Point in Hamilton”, writes Brenda Moore. “She was only five feet away from me and she would have gotten closer but I stepped on a branch when l moved and scared her off”.
There has been much talk about the ghost of Dundas Valley and tonight I was lucky enough to capture her photo! Submitted by Dan Cornell.