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I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots #5306557 09/14/14 10:58 PM
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I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots I guess this is a very late fawn and supports the idea of the chase lasting past the first of the year. All others are much larger and lost spots weeks ago.


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Re: I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots [Re: shooterwalter] #5306729 09/15/14 12:41 AM
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Last opening day I had a doe with a fawn still on the teet under my feeder.


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Re: I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots [Re: shooterwalter] #5307015 09/15/14 03:25 AM
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We have deer in our neighborhood, and last week I saw a tiny fawn with bright spots curled up next to a doe. The fawn couldn't have been more than a day or two old. It's the first time I've seen a September fawn, but it proves that the rut can last longer than typically thought.

Re: I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots [Re: shooterwalter] #5307105 09/15/14 04:56 AM
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Crazy weather last couple years putting things out of whack.

Re: I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots [Re: wtjim] #5308183 09/15/14 09:45 PM
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I have seen one in Mid Oct. In fact, this was even on a draw bow hunt at Fort Boggy SP a few years back. It couldn't have been over a month old. I had momma at 14 yards broadside, but with one that little, I let her walk.

Re: I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots [Re: shooterwalter] #5308209 09/15/14 09:55 PM
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Probably got missed in the first rut but got caught in second rut..... Seen a couple in my ranch that are that way this year.


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Re: I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots [Re: shooterwalter] #5308227 09/15/14 10:14 PM
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What I've seen is a younger doe, or really early fawn will come in heat even as late as end of Jan and have a real late fawn coming into next season.


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Re: I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots [Re: shooterwalter] #5342645 10/05/14 03:22 PM
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Here it is Oct 5 and I have a set of twins that are still in spots, though the spots are fading now (far left and far right)...


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Re: I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots [Re: shooterwalter] #5342666 10/05/14 03:38 PM
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saw a road kill fawn yesterday morning that still had spots.

Re: I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots [Re: shooterwalter] #5342694 10/05/14 04:10 PM
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I still have some in spots. I wonder about affects of drought on birthing and so on...

Re: I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots [Re: shooterwalter] #5343093 10/05/14 08:04 PM
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Mom came in heat late!! That's all!

Re: I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots [Re: shooterwalter] #5343122 10/05/14 08:10 PM
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Could be several things. A bad buck to doe ratio can cause a second or even third rut later into Jan. If fawns are born early in your area then the young doe fawns can get big enough weight and age wise to cycle. A lot of late fawns are born to doe fawns that breed in Jan or Feb.


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I have seen the same, seems like last season had some late season romance. Interesting that happened in a year when much of Texas had mild summer weather, rain, lots of natural food, so these young deer had an easy start to life.

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Originally Posted By: White Falcon
Mom came in heat late!! That's all!
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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
Could be several things. A bad buck to doe ratio can cause a second or even third rut later into Jan. If fawns are born early in your area then the young doe fawns can get big enough weight and age wise to cycle. A lot of late fawns are born to doe fawns that breed in Jan or Feb.


We have quite a few this year.

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I have seen several in person as well on my place but i did get this one on TC



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I saw one with extremely bright spots the other day too. I'll try to find a photo

Re: I saw a fawn yesterday with very bright spots [Re: shooterwalter] #5344180 10/06/14 01:43 PM
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here it is. something a little different about it.. can't quite put my finger on it.


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Originally Posted By: kyle1974
here it is. something a little different about it.. can't quite put my finger on it.


scratch Is it those two white spots on it forehead? confused2


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I work in wimberley.. Deer in this town are like stray cats anywhere else. I'm still seeing spotted fawns almost daily. My guess is all the rain makes for a healthy spring. Plenty of food and water means higher birth/survival rate, and also possibly a late rut.

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