This Whitetail deer fawn was born during the night in our yard in Georgia. When looking for food, female Whitetail deer leave their fawns alone, in a hiding place, for up to four hours at a time. While waiting for their mother to return, fawns lay flat on the ground with their necks outstretched, well camouflaged against the forest floor. We can testify to the camouflage because for several hours we walked all around this fawn, sometimes within 20 feet of it, before we saw it.
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