Deer in the Catskills

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  • Twin Bambis

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This slideshow takes us through the whole cycle of life including the birth in spring of twin bambis. We even get a look at deer droppings as well as deer eating. These cycles of life are unavoidable, death is as inevitable as birth, it is ultimately counter-productive to try to sterilize this reality.

A couple of years ago I posted this video of two cute little twin bambis probably about two days old to youtube. To my surprise it became a hotbed for heated discussion about hunting. I think people found it a good spot to try to annoy vegetarians and girls who like cute things or something, but there has been some interesting points of view on both sides of the discussion. Although I have never gone hunting (yet), I did have my vegetable garden devoured by the deer, so I understand the frustration from that point of view. I believe if you do have to take a life you need to do so with respect and be careful not to do so wastefully.

If you would like to buy a poster of the twin bambis in the sheep sorrel or the bambi approaching with his nose practically in the camera, just follow the links above to my zazzle store, and thanks so much for your support.

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