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a couple of fawns were cleaning up under the apple tree.

Actually fawns, it's sibling is in the background!

This little fawn is growing by leaps and bounds. He was busy foraging on anything that was green and within his reach today in Caesar Creek State Park.

White-tailed deer fawn!

A doe and two fawns were leisurely grazing around the neighborhood yesterday. Very little apprehension about my presence.

When I came in our dirt road to our house this fawn and it's Momma were crossing the road , the road is about 1/4 mile through woods to our house. This one didn't really know what to do but be still. It must be only 2 or three days old so small so wonderful new life learning . I have never seen one this little before what a treat for me ..My hubby was right behind me pulling the Rv from the Lake trip this weekend and I was completely stopped ,I brake for fawns ;-) A special moment wish you could see it as we did...Thanks my friends for visiting my Photostream . I do appreciate all your comments and visits..

Fawn with "Marilyn" at Deep Creek Lake.

Garrett County, Maryland

mother with fawn in bushes to left

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Encountered this tiny, adorable fawn, one of the cutest creatures that I ever did see! He was all alone, looking a bit lost - I observed him from a distance, worried his mother was hurt or he was orphaned... but later learned does leave their babies sometimes as they go foraging for food during the day, when/where they deem is safe.

A sibling of the previous fawn I posted!

Thank you all for viewing, comments, favorites. it was a thrill to see this little one and take a few decent shots.

This beautiful fawn was curious, as all youngsters are, and cautiously approached to get a better look at me. Sensing no danger he calmy continued eating his breakfast. Best viewed Large. Wildwood Park, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

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A Family of four Fawn and a single Doe came walking through our campsite i followed them down to the river behind our site and watched as they frolicked and ate. They where very cool about me being around one fawn getting within 6 feet of me. We saw these guys with a group of about ten latter that night.

White-tailed Deer

Garrett County, Maryland

We pulled off road to observe a doe and fawn after they retreated from crossing the road in front of our vehicle. A few minutes passed before the doe determined we weren't a threat leading the fawn through the cabbage palms. As the fawn stepped into an open area it paused to look into our direction before moving back into the thicket.


Doing a little panning here in low light. This fawn was not bolting, but not hanging around.


Our beautiful world, pass it on.

This was such a precious moment,

I had to shoot many !! : )))

Wishing you all a beautiful day ~

Hugs & Kisses ~♥~


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Look who just happended past... couldn't get more opposite!


Big thanks to lili, as always! and i'll try and catch up with everyone over the next couple of days. Life is still crazy busy at the mo!


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These two little guys were a little to far for my lens but I liked the moment.

Hope you'r not getting tired of them, cause they'll be more to come!!


For more Deer/Fawn photos, pleas visit HERE or HERE

white-tailed fawn looking my way

This young fawn was given to me to raise by our local

veterinary. It was brought in to the vet from a family that

found it in the woods. They should have left it there, as the

doe will leave the fawn for up to twenty-four hours for

the fawn's safety. A fawn has no scent, so coyotes can't

find them. The fawn will hide in the woods and the predators

will walk right by them. Perhaps the doe had been killed by a car and the fawn would have just died , we'll never know. Fawns are easy to raise if they are feed goat's milk. My neighbor had goats so I had a ready source for it. When I feed them, I had to stimulate them with a wet cloth so they would relieve themselves, simulating the doe's tongue. This fawn (Doby) lived in a six acre pen in the woods on my property for many years. He had a heated waterer, and lots of attention as he had two does for company. They are social animals. He was raised with my dogs, and they would go in the pen and they would play together even as adults.

This fawn was laying in the shade next to a yearling buck while its mother browsed nearby.


Our beautiful world, pass it on.

Out walking with my 'butterfly' 18-200mm lens,following a close encounter with the female Roe Deer, this little fawn then came into sight, taking a brief glance at me before following its mother.

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