A Texan journals on her life in the fast lane as a University Recruiter and what happens when she's not punching the time clock . . .
what the heck were you going to do if that thing freaked out while you were driving down the road?
Great question, Travis. I thought the same thing. I actually took this photo from the backseat. Charles was driving. But we never heard a peep from it. It simply laid their probably scared to death.
Was there audio with that? What's the story. Definitely 'tis the season for fawns left to lie quietly during the day by their mothers: http://secondtree.com/index.php/2008/05/30/snoozing-baby-fawns/.
Oh oh. What did the game warden say? Probably, put it back where you found it?Let sleeping fawns lie?
Ughh . . . well we didn't end up calling the game warden. Charles actually found a wild life rescue group and took it there.Then Tim sent the link above now I feel totally bad that I let him transport it at all.I still hope Bambi ends up having a good life! ;-)
We see them all the time in Wimberley. In fact, we see twins quite a bit. It's not uncommon for the Mother to leave them for a couple of hours while they look for food.
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