From Mother’s Milk to Sticks and Leaves
The shortage of baby formula in the human world doesn't mean the whitetail world can't provide fawns with all the nourishment they need. But in a few short months, that baby will be living on sticks and leaves. It's an amazing transition. Read about it in this week's column "From Mother's Milk to Sticks and Leaves" in the Jamestown Gazette.
Photo caption: This fawn, less than three weeks old on June 10, is getting the nourishment it can’t live without. (Steve Sorensen photo.)
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