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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-11-2012, 05:43 PM Thread Starter
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so I have several pics on different days of these deer together. Also I have pics of the mom with the fawns but none of the buck and doe together. Why do you think?



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Coincidence. Nice pic.
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Same. Fawns look healthy!

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The buck is a brother to the 2 fawns
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Somewhere I once read raising a family is 50-50. That buck doesn't want to have to pay fawn support. Nice picture. Thanks for sharing.
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Re: give me your answer

those deer probably don't venture too far from your bait pile this time of year, so I'd say just coincidence for your pics. If you are hinting the buck is rearing the fawns, I don't think so, IMO.

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I wouldn't mind a look at the rear end of that buck? Possibly antlered doe

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Because deer do not have nuclear families like people do. Once the breeding is over, the buck is done, he doesn't hang around so there is a mother and a father and the kids.



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And that right there is exactly what's wrong with deer society today!
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Re: give me your answer

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I wouldn't mind a look at the rear end of that buck? Possibly antlered doe
I dont think antlered doe are fertile, as their hormones are way out of wack. I could be wrong though, you never know!!

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