Fawns have arrived. This little guy was hiding out in the open not ten feet from a cabin where we were meeting a number of contractors. (Interesting — did the doe put him near a cabin as protection from predators? I’ve found fawns near my own cabin several times.) This one stayed put, as Mama had directed, although after a while he decided we were OK and raised his head and watched us. When someone new arrived the head quickly went back down. We got there at 9 AM and had a number of people, trucks, and activity within a few feet of him all day. He was still there right where she left him at 10 PM. One of the contractors, a road builder, said that once he found a fawn directly in the path of a new road. They couldn’t get him to move, and (correctly) did not want to touch him, so they build a temporary road around him using large bulldozers! He stayed right where he was until Mama returned.