One of the biggest things in my area that I've noticed since HR is the numbers of fawns that the does are producing. Before hr many of the does had one or two fawns. Now for a number of years, I have been seeing multiple does with three fawns following them. On my way home from work today I saw a doe with three fawns. One doe in particular where I bowhunt, I have seen three years in a row with three fawns now. I know it is the same doe because of a scar in her hair on her back and she is a huge doe now. She has to be 5 years old or more. I really hope nobody shoots her and have given her a pass twice myself because she is a great producer. I kinda have an admiration for her after watching her for a few years now.
Is anyone else seeing does with three fawns and does anyone have any information from any studies on this topic??? Thanks in advance for any info.