White-Tailed Deer here are not like their relatives in suburbia that have become almost oblivious to humans. Most here dash away at the first sight of humans, seemingly aware that we’re their fiercest predators.
Thus, it can be exciting stalking them: getting upwind of a browsing doe; hiding and remaining still as she slowly comes closer. Seeing her suddenly become aware of another presence, her ears snapping up in alarm, her lovely eyes wide and focused on the potential danger. That’s the time to shoot her – CLICK. (Brooklin, Maine)