Again, based on the 200-day gestational period, we should see the bulk of fawns dropping from June 9 though June 16 to correlate with the lunar-based predictions. Thus far, I don’t see that happening. Once that first fawn report came in, the photos, videos, and sightings stayed steady for about two weeks. I’ve not personally seen or heard of a new local report in a few days. Perhaps that’s because turkey season is over, and folks aren’t out and about. But there’s still a fair amount of food plot prep happening and trail cameras still in place. If the lunar-based theories hold water, we should see a substantial influx of newborn fawns happening right about now.