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A Summer’s Worth of Growth

The white tailed twin fawns that were born this spring have had an entire summer to grow. They are now almost as tall as their mother, and they have put on some strong, lean muscle. They have also grown much friendlier (which may not be a good thing come hunting season).  They joined me in the yard this afternoon, and the clarity of these photos is not because of the quality of my new Nikon, but because these two  youngsters were very close. They seemed quite curious, and actually walked towards me in spite of the breeze blowing my scent in their direction.  Even speaking to them didn’t discourage them.

The cute reason that we didn’t get any corn this year.


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