Is it normal to "talk" to deer?

So I love deer, I go out to track them twice or more a day and when I find them, I sit in hiding where I can see them and take pictures, and "talk" to them, don't know what I mean? I've practiced for months to perfect all the deer calls that mule deer use, I make them with my mouth, not a man-made deer call you can buy in stores, is this normal..?

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  • I think what you are doing is pretty cool, but it's probably not good if the deer lose their natural fear of human beings.

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    • I always worry about psycho neighbors when interacting with squirrels, birds, outdoor cats, raccoons and other wildlife in my yard. I hope they can distinguish good humans from bad humans.

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      • Humanity has a lot to learn. I love connecting with animals and talking to them just how you speak to a cat or dog. They understand you they are able to feel the vibes you give off.

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  • Yes it's normal

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  • can u understand what deer is talking about?

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  • Good.

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  • I wish there was a "that's beautiful!" option. I've seen deer in my backyard before, they'd stand in the fringes-and if I listened closely, I'd hear the soft sound of one crunching on the leaves.

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  • I talked to one last night... or tried in the second or two it that it took to hit it with my car once I saw it coming out of the ditch. I've actually got a great webcam video of the hit.

    I'm OK. It was a small deer exclusively on my bumper and my car has minor damage which is easily fixable (the license plate frame and license plate is bent up like a pretzel).

    The previous deer hit over 15 years ago totaled my car. The one before that did thousands of dollars damage - and was fixed. The one before that only minor damage. 4 deer hits in 45 years of driving in deer country. I've done well.

    Talking to the deer at the times did not help...

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  • Somewhat of being very weird.

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  • Eh. It sounds like an okay hobby, even if a really niche one. It's really cool that you can do a deer call without an instrument though, that could be a funny party trick.

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  • Shoot it and finish it off with a knife like my buddy andy did

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