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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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Data were collected between 2010 and 2015 from fallow deer females (December-February), from newborns (May-June) and from 4-12-months old fawns (October-June).
We used the fitted model developed from known age individuals (captive fawns and captive and wild non-fawns) to predict age class of wild samples.
To capture fawns as quickly as possible after birth, we located the adult females shortly after their VITs were expelled (VIT temperature was <34[degrees]C).
Newborn fawns need to feed every few hours so the doe never strays far, Rogerson said.
Fawn recruitment" is a term often used to describe the number of fawns per 100 does that survive to at least six months of age.
Here, I report the likely predation of 2 Sitka Black-Tailed Deer fawns by Bald Eagles.
A different South Carolina study, though, attributed the extreme drop in one region's deer population to coyotes killing 80 percent of all newborn fawns, almost entirely during their first two months of life.
In addition, radio-marked females were deliberately approached in late summer to ascertain the presence of living fawns.
Alex Morris, 26, has the unique task of hand-rearing fawns at the Scottish SPCA's national wildlife rescue centre at Fishcross, Clackmannanshire.
We captured fawns by hand and used nonscented latex gloves to reduce scent transfer (White et al.
During the summer phase of the trial, while the automatic cameras observed fawns with does, at no time did the fawns consume corn at the feeders either before or after fencing was installed, they said.
The collision killed the mother and ruptured her abdomen, with two fawns spilling out.