Spotting a Nursing Fawn in the Woods: Late Season Surprise or Normal Behavior?

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    Probably a late year fawn. Does born in the spring can go into heat for the first time in December/January causing them to have a late fawn. Did the fawn still have spots? Was it just one fawn?

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    @Walt it did not have spots, but it was still very small. Yes, only one

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    What Walt said is what I would assume also.

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