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Late fawns #7971736 09/13/20 01:10 PM
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Well, actually I don’t know if they are really late, but just now we are seeing a lot of very small new fawns. Just seems late to me. The wife and I were recently talking about not seeing as many fawns as we did last year, but now they are showing up.


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I have seen little fawns in October that appeared to be recently born.


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Re: Late fawns [Re: 603Country] #7971750 09/13/20 01:29 PM
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Seeing a lot of fawns last year, could be those doe fawns got bred late when they came in and you are seeing those recent fawns of last years fawns.


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The fawns on our place are being kept hidden, haven't seen one this year.


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