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A few local girls cooling off #8169177
07/09/24 05:28 PM
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It has been warm here the last week or so. Even the wildlife is looking for some relief from the heat. So some of the local deer have found a cool shady spot to spend their days.

Trying to enjoy the day but flipping the flies off with their ears and tails and scratching some spots when needed with their hooves. Just trying to avoid those nagging flies. Eating some green grass and chewing their cud passing time.

There is a low spot and an old spring under that area that they are bedded on. Probably why the grass stays so green and thick under that old Cherry tree. They are only about 30 ft or so from my kitchen window.

Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169180
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If you put out some corn and water they'd probably never leave!

Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169182
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I wonder where their fawns are?

Keith

Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169183
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Hmm, no fawns?


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Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169184
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I think they’re about to send you for margaritas!!

Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169190
07/09/24 05:42 PM
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2 of them ol gals have a little age on them.

Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169194
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They look delicious.


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Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169212
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Most have fawns. They don't seem to bring them out until it gets much later in the evening and I always see them early in the morning. Some have twins and one I know has triplets.

Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169217
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Had a mom and her 2 spotted fawns ...10 feet from the. Bathroom window ...eating the wife's flowers


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Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169246
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The does are not as smart as the bucks the buck will never blow there cover.

Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169273
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I have 4 lying near the back porch. They decided to eat all the hostas and flowers in the flower boxes.

Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169277
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Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169546
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I haven't seen a fawn yet from the local group, have a doe that hangs out in the back yard most of the day, ate a young mulberry tree and all the poke weed, I thought that stuff was poisonous....?

Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169548
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I see 8-9 fawns after 8:30 in the evening and early mornings. I hope the coyotes don't get too many. We have a couple dens within hearing range.

Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169603
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Originally Posted by Bob Jameson
I see 8-9 fawns after 8:30 in the evening and early mornings. I hope the coyotes don't get too many. We have a couple dens within hearing range.



Maybe you can find a trapper somewhere to remove theose coyotes?

Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169673
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I thought our does were gettin to be yard ornaments but yours are even worse.

As far as the fawns, does do the same as any good momma cow. They nurse the youngins and stash them in a hide. We only see ours first thing in the morning and late in the evening. On horseback you see quite a few. I had a green colt the summer I rented a pasture from one of Yes Sir's uncles and when a fawn jumped up and spooked the little outlaw it got kinda western. 2nd only to a jackrabbit with terrorists sized ears LOL.


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Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: KeithC] #8169674
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Originally Posted by KeithC
I wonder where their fawns are?

Keith


I still have no fawns on camera. Haven't seen any at the local park either. Saturday night drove thru it and saw 13 does and not 1 fawn.

Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Nessmuck] #8169676
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Originally Posted by Nessmuck
Had a mom and her 2 spotted fawns ...10 feet from the. Bathroom window ...eating the wife's flowers

They come at night here and eat my wife's hostas. We see them on our surveillance cameras.


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Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8169958
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Yeah, saw some too.


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Re: A few local girls cooling off [Re: Bob Jameson] #8171460
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The girls finally brought the kids out to enjoy the open air and out of hiding. Time to mingle a bit.

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