New Fawn Visits D&DH Office


This freshly-dropped fawn was hanging out on the lawn of the Deer & Deer Hunting
offices in Iola, Wisconsin recently. The doe was not with her. Not wanting to disturb
the young deer, we shot just this one photo before it became nervous and ran to this
fence to hunker down.

It is amazing to see how low a fawn can get as it hides in the grass – they are remarkably
well-suited to evade the eyes of predators – and cameramen.

D&DH Editor Dan Schmidt reported that a doe was hanging around on the property
the next morning, and said it looked as if the two were reunited, entering a woodlot
on the property. Never a dull moment at Deer & Deer Hunting!

– Submitted by Corey Graff, Online Editor

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