Watching the watchers

20 03 2022

Long before I knew what had caught their attention, Storm’s band was fully alert to something moving across their landscape. By the time the deer came into my human-aware vision, the horses had nearly relaxed again.

The mule deer have been more visible than the elk (at least for me) throughout the winter, but it’s still good to see them. And it’s fascinating to watch the wild horses watching their wild cousins.


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10 responses

20 03 2022
Karen Ann Schmiede

They really are alert at all times!

28 03 2022
TJ

Ever ready for any danger … or anything interesting!

20 03 2022
Pat

Love this!

28 03 2022
TJ

Thanks, Pat. πŸ™‚

20 03 2022
Sue E. Story

They never miss a thing…long before we know there is a thing! 😁

28 03 2022
TJ

Exactly!

20 03 2022
Martha Kennedy

I have an easier time seeing mule deer, too. I think it might be their behavior. They seem to be more curious than elk seem to be. I’ve never had a herd of elk stop and stare at me, but deer often.

28 03 2022
TJ

Same here. The deer are much more tolerant; the elk, hardly at all.

20 03 2022
lovewildmustangs

.β€œ Watching the watchers” πŸ™‚ Love that!

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28 03 2022
TJ

Thanks, Karen. πŸ™‚

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