Just your typical country road in Michigan…


White-tailed doe and fawn, photographed 07/22/2014 northwest of Adrian, Michigan.

Living and working in rural southeast Michigan, I spend a lot of time driving along gravel country roads. Along the way I get to see a fair number of interesting plants and animals. The largest animals to be found here are white-tailed deer (Artiodactyla: Cervidae: Odocoileus virginianus). Although they’re pretty common I never get tired of stumbling upon them.


About Jeremy Sell

Science and nature nerd.
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