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Time for the fawns

We saw our first fawn on May 15. That seemed earlier than in some years.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) Whitetailed Deer Program Leader Alan Cain, however, says 90 percent of Hill Country fawns are born by June 14, based on a statewide breeding study. I guess I just hadn’t seen any that early before.

It’s not uncommon to discover a fawn hidden alone in weeds and presume it’s been abandoned. The urge to help it often follows. Resist it.


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