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This cache is a tribute to the little fawn I nearly stepped on while trying to place this cache. Check out the photo of the fawn.
Here are some deer fun facts:
White-tailed deer mate in November in the northern parts of their range and in January or February in the southern parts of their range. The female has one to three fawns after about six months after mating. Fawns are reddish-brown at birth with white spots that help camouflage them. They can walk at birth and forage for food a couple of days later. They are weaned at about six weeks.
The mother leaves her fawns well-hidden for hours at a time while she feeds. If she has more than one fawn, she hides them in separate places. While they are waiting for their mother to return, the fawns lay on the ground with their heads and necks stretched out flat on the ground. This makes it harder for predators to find them. Female fawns may stay with their mother for two years, males usually leave after a year.
This is a beautiful park located in the middle of Woodbury. This is the park where all the special events are held, 4th of July, Woodbury Days. There is a nice playground for the kids to play at after geocaching, several baseball/softball fields, soccer fields, pavillion for a picnic, skate park if you dare, or lots of paved trails and some dirt trails.
This is within a City of Woodbury Park and park hours are 6am - 10pm.
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- Gidagaakoons tranlation Spotted FawnI ran across this little guy as we were looking for a place to place the cache. Just born fawns do not have a sent and he did not move an inch. My husky never realized she was within 3 feet of this fawn!!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum