In Santa Fe I Brake For Wildlife

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Hello Realty NM Broker License 16161

EmilyMedvec_Santa Fe_Realtor

Every now and then, something wild crosses my path and I stop whatever I am doing even when there are home buyers in my car. The truth is I brake for wildlife. And if I am lucky they have enough patience to wait until I can find my camera and make their image to tell you a story about them. These two failed to look both ways when they crossed the road. Fortunately, I saw them first. Yes, they are deer and very dear to me.

These two deer are New Mexico mule deer who live in the northern part of our state, mostly in rural areas. They were very close to town in a pinon covered hilly neighborhood just north of our historic Plaza. Fortunately, they have keen eyesight and good hearing as they paused on the edge of the road when they heard my car. After I stopped, they knew immediately to carefully move across the road and then freeze. It was clear they were in the neighborhood foraging the local vegetative landscape as our winter has been mild. They waiting long enough for me to make this one image and then leaped over the hillside together.

Do you brake for wildlife too?

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Debbe Perry
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Yes, Emily, I DO brake for wildlife! We don't have your mule deer here in western NC, but have many, many deer which are dear to us, too! We see them even near town, expecially as they try to cross the bypass from "their" woods to get water from the river.

Love the photograph - thanks for sharing it!

Feb 20, 2012 10:38 AM #1
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Larry Bettag
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Two different thoughts.  I do brake for wildlife while I'm a photography buff.  But one of my great friends just left ICU yesterday b/c he tried to drive around a deer and rolled his car.  8 days in ICU.  The word here is drive through the animal, not around.  So, if it's scenic, I'm in...but if I"m 55 MPH, we're talking roadkill!

Feb 20, 2012 10:58 AM #2
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Marge Piwowarski
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Emily, Surely nobody will admit not braking for our wonderful wildlife!  They all contribute to our world. 

Feb 20, 2012 10:58 AM #3
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Lynda Eisenmann
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Hi Emily,

What fun and good for you!

We've got a little wildlife here, (in the hills of the OC) yet nothing quite like yours, ours mostly come out after dark (and at times) wind up in the back yard.

Feb 20, 2012 11:17 AM #4
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Lehel Szucs
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tha is prettu neat ... in Los Angeles there is not much wildlife to break for .... however.... about amonth ago I was at a golf course (my little (4year old) was taking soe classed) and we saw a herd of deer in the golf course eating the grass ... 

Feb 20, 2012 11:19 AM #5
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Emily- while we don't have deer in my neighborhood we do have peacocks. They are slow moving and often not that bright when they see a car coming.  So, yes.. I brake for wildlife!

Feb 20, 2012 11:32 AM #6
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Emily, I did get out of the way of a wayward squirrel some time back, but no camera as it got away so quickly

Feb 20, 2012 12:27 PM #7
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Emily - I certainly do. I once braked for a butterfly and my son said he had the only Mom in our town who would brake for a butterfly :)

Feb 20, 2012 08:30 PM #8
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Emily, good idea to brake for deer.  I have seen cars after they hit one, and the damage is unbelievable.  So it is good for the deer and the car to apply the brakes :)

Feb 21, 2012 05:03 AM #9
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Francine Viola
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Our deer enjoy eating all the nibbles in my garden, especially the roses!  However it is a little scary to see deer and other wildlife by the freeway or a busy road.

Feb 21, 2012 12:28 PM #10
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Good morning Emily.

It is fun watching the deer out there.

Have a nice day.

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