Critters this week

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Alone in the field, a roe deer. I was lucky to see it in the flowering meadow.

Yellow shell moth -  Gulvingad fältmätare
A small moth you need to see where it lands. Otherwise you don´t find it.

Adult and juv Northern lapwing keeping their distance.  C-style!

Still no chicks in the nest. So far I have been able to see three eggs. But they never seem to hatch. And the pair is molting. So my fear is they might go south before the chicks are ready.
Time will tell.

© NF Photo 200709

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  1. Hello,

    Great variety, I love the deer and pretty moth. My favorite is the Lapwings, the Grebe is pretty too. Great series of photos! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, have a great weekend. PS, thank you for the comment and visit.

  2. Perhaps the eggs are not viable for some reason.

  3. Hello. Wonderful photos. The last photo is so beautiful.

  4. I hope the eggs hatch and you get to see the young ones. Love those Lapwings! They are so unique and beautiful! The deer is a fun sighting too! Happy weekend.

  5. Thanks so much for your visit and lovely comment - your photos are really wonderful. What a lucky moment to capture the roe deer with your camera.
    Alison x

  6. Nice. I still get a thrill when I photograph a deer, even though I have done so many times. They are so pretty!

  7. Hoping for the best outcome with the nesting! Love the deer image.

    Thanks, again, for taking time to link up at IRBB!

  8. Some nice shots! The deer in the meadow is lovely.


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