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This new Fawn was dropped by the Doe right behind my neighbors propane tank. It was fast asleep as I was able to go right to it’s side and until the shutter clicked it stayed with it’s eyes closed. Used a 28 to 135 zoom lens. The plus one is a hand held with 700MM
(500 + 1.4TE) The one landed and I took aim at it when another attacked it just as I took the photo.
Lou

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How wonderful!!! I've never seen a fawn but I've heard of farmers almost mowing them down in fields with a tractor because of their camouflage. Beautiful.
 
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Well done, Lou.

I love this one.
 
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Awesome Lou beautiful animal
Thanks Tony, Hey I was with the DEC banding eagles yesterday and we were north but I am not permitted to give the nest location out and I see you are in upstate N.Y. also and do you own a General Lee??? I just sold my classic 68 Fury 3 RAGTOP. I miss her but not the gas pumps she liked so much.:biggrin::biggrin:
Lou
 
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How wonderful!!! I've never seen a fawn but I've heard of farmers almost mowing them down in fields with a tractor because of their camouflage. Beautiful.
Hi Sandi and thank you for the look. Yes Fawns do meet their end by mowing machines as it is quite hard to see them in the tall hay. I live on the lower pastuer of a farm and it has happened several times over the years. They are also a favorite for the Black Bear which we also have plenty of.
Lou
 
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Nice pics They are the cutest things. Don't ever touch them the mother will reject them once they have been touched by humans.
your in Willow ,I live in Windham 40 min north, maybe we could get together for a fly fishing and picture taking session on the Esopus.

TedP
 
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