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#5640541 - 03/07/15 10:16 PM When are The Fawns Due?
N.La.Beagler Offline
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Just wondering, cause I saw one this morning.

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#5640597 - 03/07/15 11:09 PM Re: When are The Fawns Due? [Re: N.La.Beagler]
603Country Offline
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No kidding? Geez, that seems a bit early. I had a 4 point buck in the side yard this morning. Still had the antlers. Maybe global warming has begun to affect more than just Democrats.

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#5640621 - 03/07/15 11:43 PM Re: When are The Fawns Due? [Re: N.La.Beagler]
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Yep I saw a herd of 8-10 antler less deer and I saw the fawn right away. It may have been born last night, cause when the others blew out of there, his mother just went behind some trees and stayed put. I tried to get a pic before they ran, but couldn't.

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#5640699 - 03/08/15 03:16 AM Re: When are The Fawns Due? [Re: N.La.Beagler]
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I've heard that by the time you first see a fawn it's already two weeks old. I usually see my first fawns around Memorial Day.

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#5640765 - 03/08/15 08:04 AM Re: When are The Fawns Due? [Re: N.La.Beagler]
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You sure it wasn't an Axis?
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#5640801 - 03/08/15 09:05 AM Re: When are The Fawns Due? [Re: don k]
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Originally Posted By: don k
You sure it wasn't an Axis?

Around 70% of axis fawns were born in Jan, Feb and March on a ranch I managed. Most in the cold and ice it always seemed. Earliest I have seen a whitetail fawn was in early April.
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#5642277 - 03/08/15 11:43 PM Re: When are The Fawns Due? [Re: N.La.Beagler]
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We have 5 new axis on the ground that are a couple weeks old so far, id bet its axis. Never seen a wt this early.
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#5642414 - 03/09/15 07:24 AM Re: When are The Fawns Due? [Re: N.La.Beagler]
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Generally, around here at least, they drop end of May or first couple of weeks in June. Did you see the mother? Otherwise I'd say it's an axis.
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#5642436 - 03/09/15 07:39 AM Re: When are The Fawns Due? [Re: N.La.Beagler]
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That would put the doe being bred in August, assuming a full term. Ill go with the others and say Axis? Hallucination? or Too many beers last night?
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#5642470 - 03/09/15 08:16 AM Re: When are The Fawns Due? [Re: Erathkid]
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Originally Posted By: Erathkid
Generally, around here at least, they drop end of May or first couple of weeks in June. Did you see the mother? Otherwise I'd say it's an axis.


Same here.
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