This is part of a public meadow that I like to walk in as often as possible for it is most always full of butterflies and skippers. And just beyond the edge of the meadow is the river. I always stop there on the riverbank, before I turn and head for home, and check the river for possible sightings of Common Mergansers, or maybe an Eagle, or Osprey flying overhead following the river's course. Sometimes I might see a Great Blue Heron. Today I was lucky for first I saw a female Common Merganser and her babies, and then when I looked upstream I saw a White-tailed Doe with two fawns feeding along the river's edge. No words are needed to describe the beauty of this sighting while they stood in the morning sunlight.