Doe 100, found dead on September 10, 2016, no apparent cause.  Later the cause was determined to be a hemorrhagic disease such as blue tongue, bitten by gnats.  The fawn was on its own.  The fawn was seen with Doe 11, cleaning the fawn. The fawn has been sighted two times recently, during the deer count at the end of October and also on November 6.  The fawn continues into 2018 as a young buck that spends much of his time outside the Villages.

Records indicate that Doe 100 had an ovariectomie when less than a year old.  She is right next in order to does that had tubal ligation. As reported in the Washington Post:  “Three of the 77 tubal ligation deer gave birth to fawns,”  Ovariectomie may not be effective if all tissue is not removed. 

Below is the first sighting of Doe 100's fawn on August 4, born late in the season, around July.

Near Montgomery on August 17

By September 4, 2016, the fawn was venturing out on its own.

Fawn on September 4, 2016 near Montgomery

Fawn on its own on September 4, 2016

Fawn 100 on its own near Montgomery, September 10, 2016, the day they found Doe 100's body.

Fawn 100 on September 17, 2016 near Montgomery.

Fawn with Doe 34 on September 27, 2016

Does have been observed cleaning the fawn.  Below is the fawn with two does on October 2, 2016, near Montgomery.

Images of Doe 100, last seen on September 2, 2016

Doe 100 nursing fawn - 9/2/16. Last video of the doe.

D100 and fawn near Montgomery on August 25, 2016

Doe 100 and fawn at Montgomery Place on August 24, 2016

Doe 100 sat here for about an hour on August 22, finally she slept for a while.

Doe 66 helps with fawn on August 20, 2016

Fawn with Doe 100 and another doe on August 15, 2016

Video of Doe 100 with her new fawn, near Montgomery, on August 9, 2016.

Doe 100 nursing her new fawn. August 9, 2016.

Coyote seen several times hunting this location.  Doe 100 has never seen a fawn or how other does take care of their fawn, but she is doing standard procedures to evade a predator.  Putting the fawn in different safe places, not moving the fawn much when very young.  

Coyote at Montgomery on August 11.AVI