I was watching and taking pictures of a beautiful White-tail Deer and her adorable fawns outside my window this morning.
Looks like a mother and 2 fawns – but looking closer at the first 2 pictures, before I zoomed in a bit more, it looks like another fawn’s legs behind the bush. Unfortunately I didn’t notice this until I downloaded and looked at the pictures.
These 3 were having a pretty good breakfast by the looks of it.
Then, another doe arrived and Mom raced over to chase her away. Then, Mom disappeared into the bushes, followed by the 2 fawns.
I walked away, thinking they were all gone and when I came back I was met with the sight of 2 does and their fawns racing around and having fun.
Obviously a video was needed – so here it is.
I count 4 fawns in here, which would be 2 per doe. Nice having 2 sets of twins. 🙂 But, after I watched them all leave, another fawn showed up and was calling for his or her mom. It really sounded like Maaaa. I had already put my camera away and didn’t want to leave the window to go get it. So, I just watched as he called and then headed the same direction as the rest of them went – stopping once more to call. I did not hear a response, but he continued to head in that direction, so hopefully found his mom. So, the first one might have triplets since I did see legs behind that bush – or ???