I'm not sure. The whitetails around here tend to segregate by gender except during the rut. The fawns hang close to Mom, often even after she's got new fawns and I think the daughters tend to stick to the mothers' herds. The bucks disperse. Guess our yard is just in the maternal herd's territory
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