We saw the cutest deer/fawn/doe walking down our street this morning! I open the blinds to see the sun and I see this cute little animal walking by on S.E. 120th in Taylor at about 7:10am this morning. -Susan Skoubo (Sko-bo)

Nice Morning surprise

We saw the cutest deer/fawn/doe walking down our street this morning! I open the blinds to see the sun and I see this cute little animal walking by on S.E. 120th in Taylor at about 7:10am this morning. I woke up my daughter an hour early just to get some pictures of the deer before it left. It's pretty unusual for a deer to be walking down our street. - Susan Skoubo (Sko-bo)

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Jamie's right. says ... on Saturday, May 30 at 1:14 PM

Maybe we should start hunting the two legged animals. Let's start with the invading illegal aliens.

jannie says ... on Thursday, May 28 at 3:16 PM

no, the human population is getting too large. the deer population is unfortunately kept in check by hunters and car accidents. nothing keeps the human population in check unfortunately!

Cindyiswrong says ... on Wednesday, May 27 at 2:43 PM

More like the deer population is too high and it was forced to come to town to eat.

Cindy says ... on Wednesday, May 27 at 10:34 AM

Although we love to see wild animals, it is a shame that all the overcrowding has caused this poor animal to come into a populated area.

Anonymous says ... on Tuesday, May 26 at 10:12 AM

How cute!

BamBam says ... on Sunday, May 24 at 2:16 PM

Bam!

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