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Old June 9th, 2018, 01:22 PM #21
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While not a fawn, a deer did pay a visit to Hickock45 in his latest video. Check out starting at 13:48 in the lower right hand corner

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Old June 9th, 2018, 01:45 PM #22
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My dog spotted one a few days ago here in Montgomery cty out in my neighbor's yard with her mom, eating his azaleas.

I'm on umpteen-some acres of parkland and idiot neighbors feed the herd of deer that roam around here spreading lyme, ehrlichia and other umpleasant tick-borne diseases. Neighbors also feed the TNR cats.

I have a bear of a time trapping those damned cats, taking them to the ASPCA. The coyotes aren't doing their part to keep the population down.

Should start practicing my bowyer skills some...
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Old June 16th, 2018, 09:01 PM #23
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First one in the yard today in beautiful downtown Mount Airy. No camera!
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Just spotted our first one with its mother. Still very small and walking awkwardly.
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finally spotted one in the field below our house, about 120yds away. had to been recently born as the momma was cleaning it off.
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saw two at the golf course at canaan valley, wv earlier today, romping around with their mom, very cute. last year here, we had one i guess momma stashed under a pine tree in our yard.
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Saw my first ones a couple days ago, a pair of twins standing alone in a field then later that evening at home I saw a wee tiny one following momma at the edge of the back field with a yearling following behind them.
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A month ago or so,I was wondering how the fawns and turkey poults were doing after the cold and wet spring we had?
Seems like the fawns are doing ok.
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One in the back yard. Mother is doe with three useable legs. Rear right broken in highway accident.
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Ive gotten pics if then on the trail camera and watched 2 in the backyard playing this morning.

This mom hasn't dropped her baby yet, you can see it inside her belly lol
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