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Hey Gang, Saturday, April 28th, We spotted a fawn road kill on I-30 near Lonsdale, Ar., a suburb 25+/- miles south, southwest, o

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  • Hey Gang, Saturday, April 28th, We spotted a fawn road kill on I-30 near Lonsdale, Ar., a suburb 25+/- miles south, southwest, o

    Hey Gang, Saturday, April 28th, We spotted a fawn road kill on I-30 near Lonsdale, Ar., a suburb 25+/- miles south, southwest, of Little Rock, Ar. It appeared to be a week or so old, by guess. With gestation around 200 days, this seemed to me a bit early, what do you all think?

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    I was out fishing yesterday (june 3rd) and saw a doe run across a field followed by two tiny fawns. Now that I think about it that is probably the earliest I have ever seen a fawn out and about. (This is in NJ BTW). There's a lot of coyote action in the area as well so maybe a yote scared them out and that's why they ran across and open field.

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      You guys would have a fit in Florida. Our seasons are terrible. The fawns are already losing their spots. Often times the deer have several ruts, the first begining in september. Makes it tough to hunt here. Turkey season begins in March. March and April most of the fawns are born

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