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One of the fawns meeting a wild doe in the area

One of the fawns meeting a wild doe in the area

The 4 month old fawns learning from a wild doe

The 4 month old fawns learning from a wild doe

Mule deer just off the pathway at the Cedar Canyon Nature Park

Mule deer just off the pathway at the Cedar Canyon Nature Park

With a little assistance to get them started, the young mule deer are able to wander and meet wild deer and learn from them.

With a little assistance to get them started, the young mule deer are able to wander and meet wild deer and learn from them.

Young buck getting acquainted with a wild doe

Young buck getting acquainted with a wild doe

Peek-a-boo fawn

Peek-a-boo fawn

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Deer in forest clearing

A deer grazing in a meadow.

Learning from a wild doe

Learning from a wild doe

I love how Rick Derevan captured the moment this pair is illuminated by a patch of sunlight. These are California mule deer, one of the several different subspecies of mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) found western North America.

Photo: Pair of fawns

I love how Rick Derevan captured the moment this pair is illuminated by a patch of sunlight. These are California mule deer, one of the several different subspecies of mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) found western North America.

Fawn in the flowers by DGAnder on DeviantArt

Fawn in the flowers by DGAnder

The doe on the left and the buck on the right are both about 2 weeks old. This is their first night together.

The doe on the left and the buck on the right are both about 2 weeks old. This is their first night together.

2013 orphaned and injured fawns enjoying leafy treats

2013 orphaned and injured fawns enjoying leafy treats

August 2013 mule deer doe fawn 2 months old. Leg is finally improving from the injury she sustained a 2 days of age from being caught in a fence.

August 2013 mule deer doe fawn 2 months old. Leg is finally improving from the injury she sustained a 2 days of age from being caught in a fence.

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