10:37 AM, Temp 57.6° F, Dew Point 51.5° F, Barometer 30.15 in, Wind SW 4 mph, Humidity 80%
These are Columbian Black-tailed Deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus), no doubt stopping by to prune my Rugosas. I believe this pair is brother and sister born two years ago. When I see does with fawns, there are usually two youngsters. The pairs will continue to hang out together for a couple of years. Notice the antler buds sprouting from the gentleman on the right.
When I purchased this property, a trail led from the road to the beach. It turned out to be a deer trail. After 23 years, the deer continue to follow the exact route of that trail. This pair is right on track and probably headed to the beach for a little salt.