8 thoughts on “A doe-ting mother.”

  1. Odd eyes but there’s something wonderful about them. I didn’t think of deer as particularly family-minded but now you’ve got me seeing them in a very different way. Now when I see a group, especially a family–I sometimes see a doe with two younger ones–I think how they’re looking out for each other.

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  2. Did a quick bit a research and blue eyes in deer is the result of a recessive gene and pretty rare. Most fawns born with blue eyes eventually end up with brown eyes as they age, but in rare cases their eyes remain blue throughout their life.

    Consider your blue-eyed fawn a rare treat and – let’s hope – a sign of good fortune to come!

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