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Thread: First Fawn of the season!

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    Default First Fawn of the season!

    I got one of the Spypoint mini cellular trail trail cameras and was quite happy to see this pop up on my phone. Interestingly my wife and me were just walking down the path 90 minutes before these were taken. In the one photo you can see the fawn nursing. Location, southern Bruce County.
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    Last edited by JMatthews; May 21st, 2020 at 12:46 PM.

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    I thought I seen one last night out kitchen window said nah too early guess it could have been first here

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    I come across some tiny deer track in the mud yesterday. I also saw two very pregnant does, so they are obviously starting !!

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    Itís too bad thereís just not enough plant life yet for them to hide out in yet

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    Very cool. thanks for sharing
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    Oh wow! You’re in my neck of the woods. I’ve got all my cameras out so I should probably start seeing some as well. I didn’t c my first doe fawn pic till about July last year.

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    Cute little gaffer

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    Great pics, nice to see.
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    Cool! Thanks for sharing. Assuming the fawn is 3 days old (just a guess) and a gestation period of 193 to 205 days, the conception date range was October 26th to November 7th. I’m not sure how these dates relate to last fall’s rut forecasts.

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    Very cool pics....cute little guy or girl
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