Where do they hide?

Camping at Halls Gap, in the Grampians, I got up early one morning to check out the locals birds. Walking across the road to some paddocks near a few houses I watched several deer resting after a nights feeding. Apparently there are 6 species of deer in the forests and associated farmland in Victoria and they number in the tens of thousands.  It seems incredible that I have only seen them a few times over the years. I spend so much time in the forests and yet I never see them. There is still so much to be aware of when walking around. As soon as the general campground started to wake up these two quietly wandered back up the slopes and into the forest.

Deer, Halls Gap, Grampians, Victoria

Deer, Halls Gap, Grampians, Victoria

Deer, Halls Gap, Grampians, Victoria

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2 responses to “Where do they hide?

  1. Hello !

    Thanks for your article, it is really great 🙂
    I have visited the Grampians and it was amazing ! I wrote an article about this magical place on my website:
    https://operalphotography.wordpress.com/2016/12/11/grampians/

    Marianne

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