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    Senior Member mrbb's Avatar
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    fawns??

    OK any one else seeing fawns

    was at the farm today checking camera's
    and seen 3 different doe's with fawns
    two had two fawns, and one had just one!

    and they looked like they were dropped a few days at least ago, as they were pretty big and walking and running very strong, so not super small fawns either!
    this seems early to me, but??
    over the yrs I have found them in spring gobbler season before so?/

    anyone else seeing any fawns??

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    We picked a half eaten one up in the yard today, couldn't have been a week old.

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    that sucks

    any idea what got it??

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    Saw some tiny tracks by my creek last weekend. No fawns on the cameras yet though.
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    Need to get the cameras going up here in Mich. Will find out soon down there in Ohio I hope!!
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    haven't seen any here yet, but I haven't got my cameras up yet but they will be put up this weekend!
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    Haven't seen but one this year and I have seen several groups of doe, but none with little ones. What could be up with that?
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