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White-tail Deer Fawn

The camouflage pattern of a fawn enables it to escape the many predators that lurk in the woods. A white-tail fawn is vulnerable to predators for about two weeks then it is able to travel with its mother. Look but don't disturb these new borns the last week of May through the first week in June.

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