Get fast facts about deer fawns in this Deer Minute presented by the National Deer Alliance and ScoutLook.
Found: a Newborn baby deer in the forest, 3:32 min.
Getting wet: Feeling water for the first time must be a mysterious event for a newborn fawn.
Mother Giving Birth To Baby Fawns June 2019
Have you ever witnessed a deer being born? If you’re a deer hunter, the fawning season is a special time of year and among the moments we live for.
How do Trophy Hunters Determine if a Whitetail Deer Fawn is a Buck or Doe?
Not exactly one of the crucial moments in a deer hunter’s life but interesting nonetheless.
The Baby Deer that didn’t need Rescuing! 3:22 min.
If you find a deer fawn, please follow these 3 simple rules: 1. DO NOT TOUCH IT Unless it’s in immediate danger, such as in the middle of the road, don’t touch it. A mother deer will reject her young if she picks up the human scent. 2. Walk Away Quietly. 99% of the time the mother is very close by, if you’re walking your dog, put it on a lead. 3. Call the Experts If you are concerned about the fawn’s safety, ring your local wildlife office.
Doe Defends Her Fawn, 2:39 min.
While scouting for an upcoming mule deer hunt, I was able to capture this amazing footage of 2 does defending and fighting off 2 coyotes. The coyotes didn’t get the fawn.
Sage Grouse Populations – Wyoming 2:32 min. New data on sage grouse numbers show
Bob Rogers is the Editor and Publisher of GunPro Plus, America’s premier daily digital gun news portal. After a successful 20-year career as the Editor for a major magazine in the gun industry, Bob launched GunPro Plus to bring his industry expertise on gun news into the digital realm.
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