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White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) fawn, Fort Washington Park, 2015.
In the Americas, the white-tailed deer is the most-widely distributed wild ungulate. Fawns are born around May or June and usually lose their spots during the first summer. For the few month, fawns mostly lie still and hide in vegetation while their mothers forage. After this time they are able to follow their mothers on foraging trips. Most fawns are weaned by 10 weeks of age, though some have been seen nursing many months after losing their spots!
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Fort Washington Park, Code: FOWA
Organization: Fort Washington Park
Address: 13551 Fort Washington Road, Fort Washington, MD 20744

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