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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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Description: Telemetry Equipment-Satellite Collars for Female Fawn Mule Deer
This example showcases the reason why shooting or trapping coyotes in the fall or winter generally has zero effect (yes, you read that correctly) in increasing fawn survival rates in your area.
And we now have to throw the feral hog in with that suite of animals that can cause problems, whether through direct predation of fawns or habitat destruction.
Coyotes get blamed for many sins, especially killing too many fawns, pheasants, quail, rabbits and grouse -- game we hunters resentfully compete for.
Fawn (voiced by Ginnifer Goodwin) and Tinker Bell (Mae Whitman)
Having caused an almighty kerfuffle with a baby hawk and incurred the wrath of fiery scout fairy Nyx (Rosario Dawson) and her second-in-command Fury (Melanie Brown), Fawn reluctantly agrees to follow her head rather than her heart in the future.
Ronit Cohn, President, For All Women Network: "When we initially launched FAWN, our vision was to build a global platform that educates, entertains and empowers women.
So this time, Fawn Qiu takes it in her self to create something that would not just imitate Flappy Bird, but seemed to also pay tribute to the app in real life.
The as yet unnamed fawn was born last week to Aggie and buck Prancer.
I was involved with one such project where Cory VanGilder, a University of Georgia grad student, monitored fawn survival on approximately 2,000 acres in northeast Alabama.
So the lioness picked the fawn up by the neck and carried it off like one of its own," he said.
DUNHAM ACE, kennelmate of Fawn Bandit but almost two years his senior, is ultraconsistent and appears to have found a winning opportunity in heat three.