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Photo: living in a whitetail fawn nursery

A whitetail fawn nurses near the window of Mount Spokane area residents Rich and Fay Krenkel. (Rich Krenkel)
A whitetail fawn nurses near the window of Mount Spokane area residents Rich and Fay Krenkel. (Rich Krenkel)

WIlDLIFE WATCHING — Rich and Faye Krenkel don't have to tell you why they live off the beaten path in the foothills of Mount Spokane. 

This photo gives you a hint. Here's Rich's observation from inside his house:

Mom was real nervous out in the field; I couldn’t figure out why. She walked towards us and was just about to the fence under our (living room) window when the fawn stood up and we saw it.

It was one happy, hungry fawn. It’s tail was going a mile a minute.




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