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Roe buck nightlife

Male roe deer inspected and marking the zone.


One of the reasons that makes roe deer so difficult to see is that their busiest times of day (for much of the year) are sunrise, sunset, and night. If we add to that his great senses of hearing, smell, sight and his quick flight, they make him an animal very difficult to see and even more to photograph, that is why he has been nicknamed the elf of the forest.


Trailcams are a very useful tool for obtaining images of roe deer.

Trailcams are a very useful tool for obtaining images of roe deer.


In the video we can see a male roe deer, which after inspecting by sniffing the ground, rubs its horns and forehead with a branch, to leave its olfactory trace and delimit its territory. This same branch can be seen marked by the same roe deer and by a different one in this article . Females also take advantage of the night to search for food and hydrate, as we can see in the last photo.


Female roe deer looking for food at night.

Female roe deer looking for food at night.


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