No fawn should be this new this late in the year. She just stood almost in front of the car when I was coming home today, staring at me. We figure she was born maybe a month ago, and fawns like this worry me. They keep coming later and later, as if this particular grouping has a slightly longer cycle which pushes the fawns to be born later and later.
And amazingly they do manage to survive the winter. I don't really know how, but they do.
When she started to move away I tooted the horn at her, give her a bit of fear of humans to chew on.
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