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I agree,but she must have conceived in late December January to be still nursing.
They usually deliver may /early june and are drying up by this time of year.
Deer rut at different times depending on locale. I shot a doe in north KY two years ago after Thanksgiving and she still had milk. I'm not sure how long they nurse but that shocked me. She's certainly still nursing.
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Yes. Yes she is. She's got a fawn tucked in somewhere nearby.
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I've taken many deer thanksgiving week which still had milk.
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Great photo. Pretty doe.
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