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post Mar 17 2004, 03:06 PM
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Is it the same through out the country???


Here in Michigan I would say Memeorial day is a good benchmark. A little before and of course after as well, depending on the cycles of the deer when they were bred. I love the anticipation of seeing fawns. I know the rut is different around the country, which makes me believe the drops would parallel as well. How about your area??????

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post Mar 17 2004, 03:18 PM
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I usually start seeing fawns around here in mid-May. It's always great to see that first one each year. As far as the rut, it's usually peaking in this area right around our first firearm season, which is the 3rd weekend in November. It may vary by a week or so one way or the other but it's almost always right around that time.
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post Mar 17 2004, 03:28 PM
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In Ohio we were finding small embryos in the does we shot durring muzzeloading, which is the end of december.


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post Mar 17 2004, 03:49 PM
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end of May here in Southern Indiana..

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post Mar 17 2004, 04:24 PM
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Fawns are born Mid to late May here in Northern Iowa.

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post Mar 17 2004, 05:41 PM
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May and June. Once and a while I may see July and agust fawns. Last year in November I saw a fawn with spots yet. That one had to have been born in late Sept.


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post Mar 17 2004, 11:31 PM
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may......... here in minnesota

we all know november rut is good breeding time.
28 days later the does come into heat again.
also herd that the female fawns get bred late like january.


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