We observed two female White-tailed Deer by the roadside in Meadowmere Park, Grapevine, Texas. The observation was made just after dark. The deer fled before we could retrieve a camera.

Here is what Wikipedia has to say about White-tailed Deer:

Whitetail deer eat large varieties of food, commonly eating legumes and foraging on other plants, including shoots, leaves, cacti, and grasses. They also eat acorns, fruit, and corn. Their special stomach allows them to eat some things that humans cannot, such as mushrooms and poison ivy. Their diet varies by season according to availability of food sources. They will also eat hay, grass, white clover, and other food that they can find in a farm yard. Though almost entirely herbivorous, white-tailed deer have been known to opportunistically feed on nesting songbirds, field mice, and birds trapped in Mist nets.