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fubar racin 24-Oct-20
fubar racin 24-Oct-20
IdyllwildArcher 24-Oct-20
IdyllwildArcher 24-Oct-20
fubar racin 24-Oct-20
Matt 24-Oct-20
walking buffalo 24-Oct-20
grizzly 24-Oct-20
Hondolane 24-Oct-20
Drahthaar 25-Oct-20
fubar racin 25-Oct-20
LINK 25-Oct-20
LINK 25-Oct-20
From: fubar racin
24-Oct-20

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Date and time are correct north east CO, is this a problem?

From: fubar racin
24-Oct-20
Must have fat fingered this one hardcore to get on the black bear forum....

24-Oct-20
Deer are born all year long. It's probably a problem for that specific fawn, but I wouldn't read too much into it.

24-Oct-20
Deer are born all year long. It's probably a problem for that specific fawn, but I wouldn't read too much into it.

From: fubar racin
24-Oct-20
Idyl every fawn on my cams are still spotted.

From: Matt
24-Oct-20
I think that is not a bear. ;-)

24-Oct-20
If you believe that we are on the cusp of dramatic climate change, then this is a good thing for the species.

From: grizzly
24-Oct-20
fires should keep him warm

From: Hondolane
24-Oct-20
Yes problem!! Way to manny doe’s getting bred in Jan in stead of mid to late Nov,early Dec... start wackin Doe instead of the famous “Meat buck” not saying u do but that’s how it is East Colorado

From: Drahthaar
25-Oct-20
It is probably the fawns getting bred in Jan and Feb is why you are seeing this. Forrest

From: fubar racin
25-Oct-20
Hondo its a small property but its only had 1 deer taken off of it in the last 40 years a doe about 5 years back.

From: LINK
25-Oct-20

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Just a couple months behind this one.
LINK's embedded Photo
Just a couple months behind this one.
Just a month or two behind. Most of my fawns still had spots a month or two ago. I would guess the doe was a fawn last winter and came in heat late.

From: LINK
25-Oct-20

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LINK's embedded Photo
A bigger fawn but just a month ago.

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