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Need help identifying #8377863 09/07/21 08:08 PM
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Is this a Axis, Axis Whitetail Cross, Piebald (spelling is questionable on last), or Whitetail? Looks to old to be a Whitetail fawn.

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Looks like a whitetail fawn to me.

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WT fawn loosing its spots.

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She doesn't look to old fir that?


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Originally Posted by ChrisB
Looks like a whitetail fawn to me.

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Originally Posted by Txhunter65
Originally Posted by ChrisB
Looks like a whitetail fawn to me.

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Re: Need help identifying [Re: don k] #8378485 09/08/21 12:37 PM
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Originally Posted by don k
WT fawn loosing its spots.

^^^^^^^^THIS X2^^^^^^^

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Praise the lord.....It's an axis and in 5 yrs you will be covered up in them. up













































bs It's a WT and all WT fawns look like that at one point in their life. grin
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Wt fawn

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Ok fawn it is.


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