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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-18-2012, 03:26 PM Thread Starter
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Who will see spots first?

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-18-2012, 03:32 PM
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Re: Who will see spots first?

gotta be a late fawn from last year

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Re: Who will see spots first?

Wow is my first thought. I think i would have to say also that is was a way way late fawn from last year. It almost seems like it has its winter coat.
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Re: Who will see spots first?

Interesting. I'd also say it was a "late" birth instead of an "early" one. Mild winter might have saved that one. Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Who will see spots first?

The one year a couple years ago that we had a warm winter I saw a tiny fawn killed on the road and this was during November deer seasons..It was the size a fawn usually is in the spring...
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I think they were late fawns from last year, it is way to early for them to be this years crop. All the deer I am seeing are still very dark coated.
Just like the rut wouldn't happen just because we have a frost in August I doubt fawns will be dropping until May. The warm weather didn't make them cook any faster so their not popping until they are done cooking

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Re: Who will see spots first?

Cool!Late fawn from last year.Good thing for the mild winter.I'm sure it help alot.
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Thats the beauty of having a trail camera. Thanks for sharing.
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neat pics

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Re: Who will see spots first?

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Mild winter might have saved that one. Thanks for sharing.
I was thinking the same thing about a mild winter. Cool picture.
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