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Jan McCormick recently photographed two beautiful newborn Fawns with their mother, the essence of cuteness. With the newborn Fawns, this is the time of year to drive slowly, as Fawns follow their mothers when crossing a road, especially Highway 1.And Craig Tooley spotted this healthy-looking Buck in velvet.

Velvet is a membrane that nourishes the growth of the bones that make up the antler. With all the rains we had, there will be plenty of food for the Black-tailed Deer that also call the Mendonoma coast their home.

Thanks to Jan and Craig for allowing me to share their photos with you here. To see much more of Craig's nature photography, here is his website: www.ruffimage.com

Fawns continue to be born on the Mendonoma Coast. A Doe will have one, two, or even three fawns. Craig Tooley photographed a Doe with her twin fawns.

A Doe and her sweet twin Fawns by Craig TooleyThey are exquisite, aren't they? Here's another photo of newborn fawns, this one taken by Robert Scarola.

Just Born Fawns in Yard by Robert ScarolaDrive slower this time of year! The Doe will cross a road first, followed by her babies. Just wait a moment or two, and you might have a sighting of your own.

Thanks to Craig and Robert for allowing me to share their photos with you here. To see much more of Craig's nature photography, here is the link to his website: www.ruffimage.com

Seeing newborn Fawns always makes me smile. They are the essence of loveliness. Robert Scarola recently photographed twin Fawns near his home on The Sea Ranch.

Just Born Fawns in Yard by Robert Scarola

The mother leaves her newborns hidden in the grass while she feeds. You should never try to "rescue" a fawn. Just back away and the Doe will find her babies.

Thanks to Robert for allowing me to share his photo with you here.

Robert Scarola was watching a very pregnant Doe last week. He said she looked big enough to have two and that is just what happened. Here the mother Doe is nursing her fawns.

And one of the newborn fawns.

Here's what mom looked like just before giving birth.

New life on the Coast is always to be celebrated. Thanks to Robert for allowing me to share his photos with you here.