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Old 05-30-2012, 07:58 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Marathoner View Post
Also, the fawn pictures above are so adorable!!! I hope you're able to get a picture of the mom coming to get him/her and post it!
Originally Posted by Helen View Post
+1 - Very cool photos. Thank you for sharing.
After laying in one spot in our backyard for 8 hours that I know of, my neighbor went out and scared the fawn away. Her curiousity got the best of her. The fawn went and hid in the woods behind our houses, we just hope Mom stopped by to pick her up at dusk a few hours later. That's what my deer whisperer friends told me would happen...but we'll probably never know.

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