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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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The grandfatherly chief Elf, Foddle, and The Forgetful Twins come looking for Fawn.
Fawn captures were made with long-handled nets (Mitchell & Lincoln 1973).
However, Greenmaster3ho is better in adaptability to Korea's climate, environment, and perpetuity than its contrast variety Fawn, and is judged to be suitable for grassland area formation utilized for several years after it is composed once.
For both captive and wild, length, width and volume of yearling and adult (or non-fawn) pellets were greater than fawns, but length-width ratio was larger for fawns, indicating fawn pellets were rounder than either yearling or adult pellets (Fig.
Each time we located a fawn, we also determined whether the dam was nearby, to assess fawn abandonment or separation.
Fawning season for white-tailed deer has begun in Delaware, with most fawns born during the last week of May through the first week of June.
Technicians would then swab the site and use genetics to determine what species killed and consumed the fawn.
Other documented fawn predators in the ecosystem include Black Bears (Ursus americanus; Gilbert and others 2014) and Wolves (Canis spp.
Tonight Fawn is doing well, she is safe, warm and very much loved.
I did graphic design at Teesside University and I have been running Fawn for about four years.
With bobcats and bears also taking their share, it's not easy being a fawn in Worcester County or anywhere else.
Because fawn observations were often not possible until early fall (because of fawn hiding behavior) early fawn losses were not detected, and the fawn production reported here must be considered a conservative estimate of fecundity.