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White Tail Faun Running
Photo By Duke Coonrad

  • Title: White Tail Faun Running
  • State/Province/Region: Montana
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Naional Bison Range
  • Nearest Town: Moise
  • Brief Directions: The National Bison Range likes at the intersection of Montana Hiways 93 & 200.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: The National Bison Range at the end of the 19 mile one way drive follows Mission Creek the riparian area of the drive. In the eveining many deer come out the trees and brushes in this area to feed. As I was watching the deer feed from the road, this faun started running to catch up with its mother.
  • Gear: Canon 30D & Canon 100 - 400 lens
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