You wake up in the morning to face the day...look outside and realize that there's an entire herd of deer that stopped by to say hello. This hasn't happened to you? Well, it did for one family recently.

This is like something out of a Disney movie. Here's what the lady who captured the video said about her and Bambi's clan:

The deer live in the woods behind my home. They run to me when they hear my voice.

My family lives near some woods, but no matter how many times I go outside and call deer, they never come. What am I doing wrong? Perhaps I should take notes of how she did it.

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One deer in particular seems to be the leader of the group.

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Please get up a little closer to the camera...

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That's better. It's almost like the deer is waiting on the lady to grab her camera and swing it around for a selfie. How does something like this happen?

I'm not accusing, but I'd have to wonder if this kind lady maybe fed them at some point? I am a big fan of innocent wildlife moments, but that's not a good idea for the sake of the deer since it's only a matter of time before someone wearing camo and/or orange will have them in their sights.

If only the real world were as innocent and simple as Bambi.

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