As he promised, he sent the pictures to me. He swears the dates are correct. Based on the looks of the ground in the shots, I have no reason to doubt it.
There is no doubt that deer breeding can be spread out over a longer time in areas where the climate is mild, which means that fawns don’t have to be very old in order to have a better chance of surviving the winter. But around here? Arrington said biologists told him they had never heard of a fawn born that late around here.