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One of our twins...

Posted by hannah 6B PA & 10A FL (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 9, 05 at 12:54

Sorry about the poor quality!

There are twins...the other little one was really hiding in the brush.
They're SO LITTLE!!!
You can't tell from the photos, but they're only about a foot & a half high, if that!
Don't know where Mama is...she's usually right with'm.
They come through my property and hang out in the back every day.
I hope she's OK, cause these two might be too young to fend for themselves.


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Aw, sweet! We are lucky enough to see does and fawns in our yard too, one time with twins also. I've been watching a little fawn this year starting from a tiny newborn to its current german shepherd size. I enjoy watching them leaping and bouncing in the yard while their mothers sedately munch and keep an eye on them nearby. Sadly last year we found a tiny little dead fawn under our huge hydrangea bush next to the house. It just tore my heart out thinking of it hiding and dying in there separated from its mother. Can't imagine what happend unless the doe was killed, we do hear gunfire in the woods from time to time.


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RE: One of our twins...

Aw, sweet! We are lucky enough to see does and fawns in our yard too, one time with twins also. I've been watching a little fawn this year starting from a tiny newborn to its current german shepherd size. I enjoy watching them leaping and bouncing in the yard while their mothers sedately munch and keep an eye on them nearby. Sadly last year we found a tiny little dead fawn under our huge hydrangea bush next to the house. It just tore my heart out thinking of it hiding and dying in there separated from its mother. Can't imagine what happened unless the doe was killed, we do hear gunfire in the woods from time to time.


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