The Magic & Myths of Fawns

The Magic & Myths of Fawns

I always look forward to seeing the first newborn fawn of the year. Without fail, social media will begin to fill with pictures of these beautiful, wobbly-legged creatures, and understandably so. Very few things in nature are as beautiful as a newborn fawn in a lush, green field. But these photos are often accompanied by misinformation and bad advice. Let’s look at the magic and myths of whitetail fawns. Magic: For the first seven to 10 days of life, a fawn will spend up to 95 percent of its time bedded. While bedded,... read more

by Sam Leatherman on May 19, 2015 0 Comments

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