It's fawn season and White-tailed does are bringing their precious fawns to the backyard to learn the art of foraging. The first one I saw was a doe with a single fawn. A few days later, another doe brought her twin fawns. Fawns are hidden the first few weeks after their birth until they can keep up with their mothers. Their spots make them almost invisible to predators. These babies are future shrub-eating machines but what are a few roses and hostas when you can enjoy this much cuteness??