Video - Baby Fawn Deer Sighting

July 01, 2016  •  1 Comment

I had the fortunate opportunity to watch a baby fawn deer when I was out sourcing my Ozark Mountain spring water that I use for my pure platinum print projects.  You can read more about my use of the Ozark Mountain spring water if you would like.  

I have seen a lot of fawn's in my life, but I have never had the opportunity to be this close, record a video, and to hear their calling sounds.  It was an incredible experience and I am happy that I am able to share it with my readers.  

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​-Tim Layton

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