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The deer were out grazing and active last evening. It was warm and I had the sprinkler on; they were first curious about it and then got closer and closer to be sprayed and try to  drink. There was one large buck and 3 does and a fawn. I caught one doe making a 25-30+ foot leap and landing across the driveway, using a Canon 1DS with Canon EF 600L f/4.0 IS lens.

 

 

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Her Mom was bedded down in the tall grass in 95F degree heat (index 109F) and the young fawn was ready to play. She lays next to a large doe, that is her mother, and finally annoys her enough that she gets up out of the grass with her baby and grazes with her. They all are pretty covered with ticks, especially their ears:

 

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Last evening about 6:30 a few does and one of the two fawns I am watching (they are weaned) came through the back yard. I had to take photos through the double-paned glass in my window, so they are not real clear:

 

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Since I can’t move around well yet, I have to rely on my home as my tree-stand, or cover. Yesterday, this photo was taken of one of the fawns is in out in the side yard. He/she is 5-6 weeks old now and looking strong and healthy:

 

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Not a great photo; through the window glass:

 

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This 17 day old fawn, has been hanging around the tall grasses in the yard. The fawn is insect bitten, wet, covered in ticks, and has a injured from left leg. It has rained and been cold for June for 14 of his/her 17 days. Never the less, she keeps on going and going and going !!

 

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