A young buck caught my attention as he moved through my area this morning. He went slow and easy and was hard to see in the tall weeds he was going through.

Whitetail deer buck doe fawn pictures in July by Robert Hoague

Ten minutes later another young buck walked along the woods line.

Then a doe walked towards me like I had her on a string.

Whitetail deer buck doe fawn pictures in July by Robert Hoague

And a ways further another doe walked in the tall stuff. She is pretty thin behind her ribs. She probably has recently birthed a couple of fawns.

Whitetail deer buck doe fawn pictures in July by Robert Hoague

And here is a different fawn scratching an itch.

Whitetail deer buck doe fawn pictures in July by Robert Hoague

When she got the itch taken care of she walked away.

Whitetail deer buck doe fawn pictures in July by Robert Hoague

The area in the weeds was busy this morning. Here is a doe followed by her spotted fawn.

Whitetail deer buck doe fawn pictures in July by Robert Hoague

In a different direction I see a young buck browsing on some out of sight greenery.

Whitetail deer buck doe fawn pictures in July by Robert Hoague

Things carry on and a young 7-pointer, soon to be an 8, has a look around.

Whitetail deer buck doe fawn pictures in July by Robert Hoague

Finally, to the north, some does ease through along the edge of the trees.

Whitetail deer buck doe fawn pictures in July by Robert Hoague

So that’s the story in the deer woods this morning.