Doe and Fawn

Here is a great video of a doe and fawn eating corn in Crescent, Oklahoma.

Moultrie Deer Feeder Pro II 30 Gallon Tripod Feeder

Mike puts out corn in multiple locations around Crescent to help bring in the big bucks, but sometimes he gets something better than a big buck kill. He comes across a mother white tail deer and her young fawn.

Take a look at some of the beautiful photos we captured.

Doe and Fawn

Doe and Fawn


Doe and Fawn


Doe and Fawn

Mike uses the Moultrie Deer Feeder Standard at many of his feeding sites.

Moultrie 30-Gallon Deer Feeder Standard, All-in-One Quick-Lock Feeder Kit
  • Quick-lock technology
  • Metal spin plate
  • Requires 4-AA Batteries (Not included)
  • 30-Gallon hopper
  • Digital timer programs up to (4) Feed times per Day from 1 to 20 seconds each

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Mike uses the ATN Day/Night Scope to capture these great videos.

X-Sight-4k Pro 5-20x Smart Day/Night Scope w/Full HD Video rec, Smooth Zoom, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (Streaming, Gallery & Controls)
  • Obsidian IV Dual Core Processor and Ultra HD Sensor - an ideal combination to satisfy your 24/7 hunting needs. Rich color palette for the daylight, sharp black-and-white image at night
  • Dual Stream Video Recording - Wifi Streaming and Video Recording now can be turned on simultaneously with no negative effect on performance
  • Ballistic Calculator feature makes every shot a kill. Point of impact is adjusted automatically with consideration of ammo type, range to target and environmental data
  • Recoil Activated Video - focus on the game, let X-Sight handle the routine tasks. As the scope senses the recoil, video is automatically stored on the SD card
  • Ultra Low Power Consumption - over 18 hours of active use. No more lost opportunities due to drained batteries
  • ITAR Product: Restricted for Export.

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2 thoughts on “Doe and Fawn”

  1. They look lovely eating stress-free. I did not know that Does and Fawns could eat maze. I knew they were herbivores. I like the way they stay on the lookout, it the proof of the prey nature.

     Because they know that there is always a stronger carnivore that can take them down.

    Thanks for the video.

    • I’m glad you liked it. I love spending time outdoors and watching nature. It’s nice to get away from all the stresses and pressures of life, especially the news these days. 



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