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On 6/17/2015 2:19 PM, Markem wrote:
Past two evening this little one has sleeping in the yard.


That probably means that the mother is dead, if she's not around.
Probably got hit by a car since its not hunting season.

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On 6/17/2015 2:19 PM, Markem wrote:
Past two evening this little one has sleeping in the yard.


That probably means that the mother is dead, if she's not around.
Probably got hit by a car since its not hunting season.


No mom is around but off feeding, faun is less than aweek old.
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On 6/17/2015 2:19 PM, Markem wrote:
Past two evening this little one has sleeping in the yard.


That probably means that the mother is dead, if she's not around.
Probably got hit by a car since its not hunting season.


Not necessarily. Mom regularly leaves the fawn [usually better hidden]
to browse/eat.
This girl was in our back yard the other day and obviously had been hit by a
car. If the compound break doesn't become infected she could survive on
three legs.

Dave in SoTex

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On 6/17/2015 2:19 PM, Markem wrote:
Past two evening this little one has sleeping in the yard.


That probably means that the mother is dead, if she's not around.
Probably got hit by a car since its not hunting season.


Not necessarily. Mom regularly leaves the fawn [usually better hidden]
to browse/eat.
This girl was in our back yard the other day and obviously had been hit by a
car. If the compound break doesn't become infected she could survive on
three legs.

Dave in SoTex



Notify Animal Control. No need for that one to suffer.
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On 6/17/2015 2:19 PM, Markem wrote:
Past two evening this little one has sleeping in the yard.


That probably means that the mother is dead, if she's not around.
Probably got hit by a car since its not hunting season.


Not necessarily. Mom regularly leaves the fawn [usually better
hidden]
to browse/eat.
This girl was in our back yard the other day and obviously had been hit by
a
car. If the compound break doesn't become infected she could survive on
three legs.

Dave in SoTex



Notify Animal Control. No need for that one to suffer.


Texas Parks & Wildlife said to leave her alone; they often survive these
types of injuries. If they came out they would put her down.

Dave in SoTex

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