Piebald fawn

Discussion in 'Trail Cameras' started by Eshoremd, Jul 16, 2018.

  1. Eshoremd

    Eshoremd Member

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    Got this from a card pull on Saturday.

     
  2. Turkey Creek

    Turkey Creek Well-Known Member

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    Just never see piebalds like that here. I would love to harvest one some time they make cool looking mounts.
     
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  4. SolidRock

    SolidRock New Member

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    Not sure this one is a fawn if so it dropped early. More than likely a yearling but a piebald none the less. The first on the farm I've seen.

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  5. Zeek

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    That's cool.
     
  6. Sam

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    very nice
     
  7. farmhunter

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    yep - great catch - hope you get many years of enjoyment watching him/her. Our piebald fawn - was 1st seen in Fall 2008 - and she's still kicking with a little help from us!!
     

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