Fawn enjoys mid-morning stroll: Thanks to Ponoka News reader Shalaine Stebner for sending us these photos of what appears to be a newly born fawn going for a walk. The fawn was seen Friday morning at the Town of Ponoka Lucas Heights pump station. Photos by Shalaine Stebner

PHOTOS: Wobbly legged fawn enjoys mid-morning stroll in Ponoka

A new fawn checks out the grass at the Lucas Heights pump station in Ponoka

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

A new fawn checks out the grass at the Lucas Heights pump station in Ponoka

 

Fawn enjoys mid-morning stroll: Thanks to Ponoka News reader Shalaine Stebner for sending us these photos of what appears to be a newly born fawn going for a walk. The fawn was seen Friday morning at the Town of Ponoka Lucas Heights pump station. Photos by Shalaine Stebner

Fawn enjoys mid-morning stroll: Thanks to Ponoka News reader Shalaine Stebner for sending us these photos of what appears to be a newly born fawn going for a walk. The fawn was seen Friday morning at the Town of Ponoka Lucas Heights pump station. Photos by Shalaine Stebner

Fawn enjoys mid-morning stroll: Thanks to Ponoka News reader Shalaine Stebner for sending us these photos of what appears to be a newly born fawn going for a walk. The fawn was seen Friday morning at the Town of Ponoka Lucas Heights pump station. Photos by Shalaine Stebner

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