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Monday, June 11, 2012

Fawns playing, as photographed by Ben Scarola

Ben Scarola was visiting the Mendonoma Coast when he saw a Doe and two Fawns appear. He captured a wonderful photo of the two Fawns playing.

The Coast is teeming with new life. Osprey eggs have hatched and furry heads can be seen peeking up from the nest. Two Acorn Woodpecker babies are begging to be fed by their hard-working parents. As you saw yesterday, Fox Kits have been born too. And as precious as a jewel, newborn fawns grace us with their presence.

Thanks to Ben for allowing me to share his photo with you here. To see Ben's photo of one of the Fawns nursing, you can see it at the Independent Coast Observer under on-line features, Mendonoma Sightings photos. Here's the link:


Frank Drouillard said...

"More horn buttons are bigger!"

Frank Drouillard said...

Oops, make that
"My antler buttons are bigger!"

Jeanne Jackson said...