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New Arrival - Whitetail Fawn By Charles Frace

By Charles Frace'

New Arrival - Whitetail Fawn by Charles Frace'

Females give birth to one to three spotted young, known as fawns, in mid- to late spring, generally in May or June. Fawns lose their spots during the first summer and weigh from 44 to 77 pounds by the first winter. Male fawns tend to be slightly larger and heavier than females. For the first four weeks, fawns are hidden in vegetation by their mothers, who nurse them four to five times a day. This strategy keeps scent levels low to avoid predators. After about a month, the fawns are then able to follow their mothers on foraging trips. They are usually weaned after 810 weeks, but cases have been seen where mothers have continued to allow nursing long after the fawns have lost their spots (for several months, or until the end of fall) as seen by rehabilitators and other studies. Males leave their mothers after a year and females leave after two.

New Arrival - Whitetail Fawn by Charles Frace' is available for sale as a signed limited edition art print with only 7,500 art prints with a 20 x 16 vertical image size priced at $95 unframed.

Order yours today. All artwork is professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. All of the prints have been hand signed by wildlife artist Charles Frace'.

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Signed Limited Edition Print 20 x 16 Image Size 7500 $95.00

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763-494-8888

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