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    Saw the first fawn of the year yesterday.

    It was just alittle guy couldn't of been very old, was kind of surprised that momma had it out in the open. It was still having a hard time walking.

    Anybody else seeing them yet?

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    Your fortunate. I've never seen a fawn.
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    You got to get out more, there a riot to watch.

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    Just saw one tonight on the way home form Marlette. Looking forward to getting into the woods to look for them.

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    Saw one with it's mother and big sister a couple days ago and it was doing a pretty good job keeping up with mom.

    I was in northeastern Wyoming last weekend and the antelope looked like they were just starting to have their little ones and I saw a few of those running around and some does that looked like they were about ready to pop.

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    I saw about 6 in about 3 days last week. They all looked brand new now this week nothing. Most fawns I have seen in a long time.
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    Saw my first one running down the road toward me, about two feet tall.
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    i've been seein fawns almost everyday at work

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    Walked up on one laying in the brush at a 3d shoot 3 weeks ago.
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    saw 9 the other night 2 sets of 3s a single and a double

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    I have run over the same one 3 times with mower and ATV...lol...persistant little bugger....
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    Need to get my camera out. I have not seen any this year, but havent been out much either.
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    Ive been seeing fawns quite regularly for the last couple weeks,we had a ton of rain before so didnt see much deer traffic in the open.we mustve had some early breeders though,alot of the fawns ive seen are already starting to lose there spots,and moving around on theyre own.

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