Let's see your fawn pictures

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  1. Jeff H

    Jeff H Well-Known Member

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    My favorite time of year is Spring when I get to see the new fawns.
    My first of the year came on May 14 which is a bit early.
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    image.jpeg image.jpeg Ok ! There's a mineral block in the tall grass in this pic. In the top pic, the fawn is licking what's left of it.
     
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    I was sitting at the breakfast table when I saw a doe trotting past the window. Following behind was a tiny fawn, too wobbly to keep up. The little thing decided to take a rest and it plopped down right against my cultimulcher. I snuck out and snapped a pic. Mom stood 80 yards away, nervously watching me. 2 hours later, the fawn was gone.
    The other pic was a different one, I assume...taken a couple days before the culti-fawn pic. [​IMG][​IMG]

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    That's too cool Tap !
     
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    I've always wanted to see a fawn up close tucked in to a hiding spot. I've got some good fawning cover next to my food plots and I've had does bolt from there in the Spring but I've never ventured in there. I figured it best to leave them alone.
     
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    A couple years ago we had a fawn lay down AGAINST the front of my house. We have a wagon wheel leaning against the house on the stamped concrete slab. The fawn was laying on the concrete, and behind the wagon wheel! Not sure how it even fit in that cramped spot. No shrubbery or anything else that would make that a desirable place to lay down. Crazy.
    My wife came around the corner and she screamed as they startled each other. The fawn ran away. Wish I could have gotten a photo of it.

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    Seen 4 young ones this wk. one nursing it’s momma. This one thot they were hidden. It Went to sleep as I watched.
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    I know the feeling ! Several years ago my foreman and myself were walking through a river bottom to find a well stake (where we were going to build a drill site). We had just seen a large cottonmouth moccasin and were both watching the ground (we thought):) We were only about four feet apart when a little fawn jumped up from between us and scurried away. Needless to say, it scared the crap out of us !
     
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