Wildlife at China Beach Retreat

On Saturday, May 17th, 2014 two fawns were born right next to the Audubon Cottage at China Beach Retreat. Apparently, the mother doe felt secure enough to have chosen this spot to deliver her young. We were honored, mesmerized, fascinated and touched to witness the tender scene. Here are some photos that captured those moments.

 Red circle shows location of birth


Red circle shows location of birth

 Doe and Fawns at Audubon Cottage


Doe and Fawns at Audubon Cottage

 Seeing mother for the first time


Seeing mother for the first time

 Doe divides her attention


Doe divides her attention

 Wobbly Fawns less than one hour old.


Wobbly Fawns less than one hour old.

 Learning the ropes


Learning the ropes

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