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White-tailed Deer Fawns: Naturally Camouflaged and Protected



Fawn facts in this video! It's spring – fawns are being born but you may not be seeing them very often! When you do, it's important to watch from a distance. Dr. Grant Woods, ph.D Wildlife Biologist, shares facts and information about whitetail fawns. @GrowingDeerTV
#deerhunting #TeamOutdoors Want to get more information about deer management:
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQYBop7_Gt_FscfdTRUJn7XQDCCqpOUgW Watch this short video to get answers to such questions as:
Why do fawns have spots?
What time of year do fawns come out?
Are fawns born in spring?
How long does a fawn stay with its mother?
How old is a fawn when it loses its spots?

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