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    The doe and twins have been bedding in my backyard all summer.
    Took this picture at 6:15 PM this evening with my cellphone as they head out for their evening feed.

    There is also a small buck that shows up randomly but nocturnal now.



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    Awesome shot. I didn't realize the fawns kept their spots this late in the season.
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    Were they born late, they seem to have a lot of spots
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    I have been seeing fawns that still have spots on my cameras too. They are pretty small. I don't know how they will make it through the winter.

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    I have one fawn with many spots and the other one we saw had spots pretty much faded out.


    Quote Originally Posted by rf2 View Post
    I have been seeing fawns that still have spots on my cameras too. They are pretty small. I don't know how they will make it through the winter.
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    rf2 as you mentioned your concern about them making it through winter if the doe is shot I am thinking they have no chance at all.
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    I've gotten a few fawns on camera as well still spots on them too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    rf2 as you mentioned your concern about them making it through winter if the doe is shot I am thinking they have no chance at all.
    They still have the chance of grouping up with another doe if thats the case. Not saying all of them will but I'm just throwing it out there that thats a possibility for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rf2 View Post
    I have been seeing fawns that still have spots on my cameras too. They are pretty small. I don't know how they will make it through the winter.
    One of the positive aspects of global warming, we are seeing more 'fall' like conditions well into Dec now, so hopefully they will get a little more meat on their bones before Jan.
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    This is my first year using a trail camera, so I don't have anything to compare to, but it seems late for these fawns to be so small and still have spots. Archery season starts in a couple of weeks, and I have never seen a fawn with spots during the archery season. Will this year be different?

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