Finding a Fawn

In 2019 we saw a fawn, and I had read that as long as they don’t look stressed or hurt, it’s ok to leave them alone. When small like the one in my photo, fawns lay down in a safe place hidden from predators, and the doe is usually nearby. If they look hurt or stressed, it’s best to call a local wildlife center to receive proper care. Words can’t describe how I felt seeing this little beauty. I wasn’t as close as it looks because I zoomed in with my camera lens and was careful I didn’t disturb him/her.

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  1. -Eugenia says:

    Beautiful and priceless photo!

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  2. Oh my gosh, I would have loved to have seen this little baby in person. How sweet and what a treat for you too. I bet you took a bunch of photos too.

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  3. iammrsshecky says:

    Oh, what a beautiful find!

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  4. Irene says:

    What an amazing find! Simply adorable.

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  5. maristravels says:

    How perfectly beautiful. I envy you this sighting.

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