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WE wish so, very greatly," bleated a young fawn, who had only been born that spring, and did not at all like it.
When the Truce ends that shall be remembered in thy favour," and he looked keenly through the darkness to make sure of recognising the fawn again.
Then consider the garden of "my own," so overgrown, entangled with roses and lilies, as to be "a little wilderness"--the fawn loving to be there, and there "only"--the maiden seeking it "where it should lie"--and not being able to distinguish it from the flowers until "itself would rise"--the lying among the lilies "like a bank of lilies"--the loving to "fill itself with roses,"
So they walked on together though the wood, Alice with her arms clasped lovingly round the soft neck of the Fawn, till they came out into another open field, and here the Fawn gave a sudden bound into the air, and shook itself free from Alice's arms.
We know that in some Southeastern states, we lose about a third of all fawns within the first week of birth.
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.
Contract award: a-mission mastery of architectural work block a: construction of 60 to 70 units and about an apartment in the drc b-mission mastery of urban work and operational management of the place of fawns.
A wildlife protection officer has told how she sacrificed her love life to become a surrogate mum to orphaned fawns.
My odds of success are strongly influenced by the number of male fawns that survived during spring of 2009.
When fawns hit the ground in Pennsylvania, they start a journey that millions before them have taken.
The cutest thing about it is the fawns are so tiny.
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