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FAWN

Abbreviation for:
funding advice workers’ network

fawn

young of the small deer species. See also Table 20.
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Signature 1 represented fawning habitat for the principal components supervised training set.
Signature 10, the fawning habitat signature, had an user accuracy of 37%.
Thick brush and perennial grasses provide the best fawning cover.
Plum, sumac, blackberry and certain other shrub species also can provide fawning cover.
However, most of the No contact messages occurred earlier in deployment and these can be ignored because the fawning season was quite restricted ([approximately equal to] 18 May-12 June).
For VITs, the functioning of this system is conceptually straightforward in that when the VIT is expelled at fawning, its temperature drops and it stops moving which causes it to go into triggered mode.
Social and spatial organization of female white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus, during the fawning season.
2006: Influence of fawning on the special behavior and habitat selection of female fallow deer (Dama dama) during late pregnancy and early lactation.
2004: Predation processes: behavioural interactions between red fox and roe deer during the fawning season.
Obviously, good fawning cover equates to higher fawn survival.
We've chosen to just breed does in our research pens, then carefully monitor them the following spring to mark the exact dates of fawning.
After the winter stress period ends, the fawning season begins.