Some amble in singly, seeming to show little concern for their surroundings.
But they all come to get sustenance from the feed blocks. One weekend I ran out of deer food and didn't have the time to drive to Traverse City to pick up more. Instead, I went to a local feed store to get a block, but a different brand. I hadn't expected the deer to be discriminating about what feed block they'd eat, but they were. The rounded block in the foreground is the new brand. They are beginning to eat from it, but, in contrast, they've eaten four "regular" feed blocks since I put out the new brand.
These two share the blocks in tandem.