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Identify this deer #7964260 09/07/20 05:10 PM
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This picture was taken in the back of Little Caney on Lake Fork. What kind of deer is it?
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Axis


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Re: Identify this deer [Re: Micheal] #7964267 09/07/20 05:19 PM
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Thought so. Didn't think there were any around Lake Fork,

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Coloration fits a fallow fawn or late born whitetail more to me.


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Those mentioned; axis, some fallow, and whitetail fawns are really tough to tell the difference in.
I have had them all at a feeder and had a tough time telling the difference. We have some lighter fallows that look just like that


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Looks like a Fallow to me.

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Originally Posted by don k
Looks like a Fallow to me.


I was thinking fallow at first but everyone I’ve seen had palmated antlers


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Re: Identify this deer [Re: Micheal] #7964338 09/07/20 06:51 PM
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Running gear too tall and ears wrong for axis. Looks like wtd to me.

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Piebald whitetail. They show up from time to time.

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It’s a spotted fallow, they always have a pretty much solid white line a couple inches above the color line at the belly.



Re: Identify this deer [Re: Micheal] #7964456 09/07/20 09:17 PM
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I agree with rickym, spotted fallow young buck.

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Originally Posted by Red Cloud
I agree with rickym, spotted fallow young buck.


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Re: Identify this deer [Re: Micheal] #7964493 09/07/20 09:43 PM
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'Not much experience with 'em, but I'm voting fallow.


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Count me in the young fallow group.

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It’s a spotted fallow, they always have a pretty much solid white line a couple inches above the color line at the belly.

Whitetails can show the solid white line also. The fawn in OP appears to have a shorter tail like a fallow though than a whitetail fawn.
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Originally Posted by stxranchman
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It’s a spotted fallow, they always have a pretty much solid white line a couple inches above the color line at the belly.

Whitetails can show the solid white line also. The fawn in OP appears to have a shorter tail like a fallow though than a whitetail fawn.
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Donner or Dasher not sure


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Re: Identify this deer [Re: Micheal] #7964629 09/08/20 12:17 AM
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based on the way the spots are spaced I would say fallow, Axis normally have more equal spacing between the spots, fallow som will be close together and some further, being that it is a fawn makes it harder to tell.

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I'd have to go with whitetail. Fawns around here look just like that.



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That’s a whitetail fawn if I’ve ever seen one. Some of y’all have quite the imagination. Look at the critter’s body structure. It’s a baby.


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I am also going to say WT. I see the line theory but the OP is fairly grainy.


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I am also going to say WT.


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