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Successful Dads Have Not So Successful Daughters

... biggest and strongest stags were less successful at breeding and had fewer fawns during their lives than daughters of the not so successful males. T...tland's west coast. Success among stags was judged on the basis of how many fawns they sired. Loeske Kruuk, of the University of Edinburgh, said: "Na...
fawns in Biological News

Mule deer moms rescue other fawns

Mule deer are giving new meaning to watching out for other mothers' kids. An intriguing study of mule deer and whitetail deer conducted by the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada and the University of Lethbridge, also in Canada, showed that both species responded to the recorded distress...

Female pronghorns choose mate based on substance as well as show

...re likely to survive to weaning, Byers found. "This advantage is due to faster growth rates," he said. Byers also showed that these faster-growing fawns suckle less from their mothers than do the offspring sired by less-attractive males. He monitored the population for several years, and found the offs...
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Deer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A doe generally has one or two fawns at a time (triplets, while not unknown, are ... Most fawns are born with their fur covered with white spots, though in many ...

Orphaned or Injured Fawns

Fawns have a reddish-brown color with white spots, which provides camouflage ... Also, fawns have no scent. ... distance of her fawns and will return if ...

Fate of Fawns Depends on Spring Nutrition

In order to survive, fawns must be born at the proper time in spring when ... With most of the fawns being born within a few weeks, predators are literally ...

Carolina Wildlife Care - Wildlife Preservation and Conservation ...

Deer will sometimes leave their fawns in the oddest places, perhaps on a porch ... Fawns wandering and crying may indicate that something has happened to its mother. ...

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Whitetail fawns, behavior and environment.

WHITETAIL DEER - FAWNS ... Usually the does have two fawns. ... Sometime before delivering her new fawns, the mother doe will drive off last ...
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