This antlered doe hangs out around the ranger station on East Alameda near Lake Thunderbird. Her antlers never mature beyond the velvet stage. She’s usually not hard to find. I first photographed her in 2009.
This orphaned White Tailed Deer fawn is recovering in an ICU cage from severe dehydration. Once stabilized it is moved outside to a specialized ungulate enclosure far from human activity until it can be fostered out to a wild doe.