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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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Influence of fawning on the spatial behaviour and habitat selection of female fallow deer (Dama dama) during late pregnancy and early lactation.
Social and spatial organization of female white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus, during the fawning season.
The fawning ritual begins with the subordinate chimp greeting the dominant "alpha" male.
Although the Trans-Pecos region of Texas represents important habitat for pronghorn, little specific information is available on fawning habitat (Canon 1993).
Since it was unknown how spectrally distinct the fawning habitat was, training sets were developed with the maximum number of distinct signatures.
Begun as a side project, Tu Fawning quickly became permanent after Corrina, Joe and their multi-instrumental cohorts Toussaint Perrault and Liza Rietz struck sonic gold on debut album Hearts On Hold.
Since the growing season's length affects fawning, it follows that the best time of the year for fawning also affects timing of the rut.
But, many hunters don't realize there are two main periods for coyote consumption of deer: during fawning season and during hunting season.
Obviously, good fawning cover equates to higher fawn survival.
Thus, prior to the fawning season, the BBC's herd will be reduced to 800 deer and the QDC's herd will number 480 deer.
After the winter stress period ends, the fawning season begins.