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Old September 3, 2018, 02:10 PM   #6
big al hunter
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It is possible that the fawn is only a few days old. Judging by the pictures I would say not more than a week or two. Fawns start following momma as soon as they can keep up. As long as you didn't touch it, momma will still love it. Cute little bugger, thanks for posting.

Does will continue to go into estrus until they are pregnant. If this doe didn't get pregnant during the initial rut she may have been bred and conceived much later than other deer in the area . I see several sets of fawns every spring here. Usually show up a few weeks apart for a couple of months. Most are born May- June sometimes I see new ones as late as July. Saw one with spots in October last year.
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