Name: White-Tailed Deer: Odocoileus virginianus

Notes: The White-Tailed Deer is the most widely distributed and the most numerous of all North America’s large animals. A doe will leave her fawn unattended for hours at a time. When the fawn remains bedded, the natural camouflage of its spotted coat and its almost scentless condition effectively conceal it from predators. The doe returns at intervals to suckle the fawn.

Location: near Newboro, Ontario

Camera: Fujifilm XT-4
Lens: Fuji XF 50-140mm f/2.8

Natural lighting