We have regular visitors in our yard each evening and, if I could spend the day sitting and watching, probably throughout the day. The question that pops up each spring is: Have you seen a fawn yet?
May is the month when fawns are born and this year it seemed like early June before I caught a glimpse of one a couple of miles from home on my walk. However, now we have our own daily sighting of a mother with her fawn in our yard. They are both so wary and watchful while also curious. We enjoy their presence so close to our home. Without owning any dogs or other outside animals that might pose a threat, we reap the benefits of having all kinds of wildlife in our yard.