Was out on Sunday morning after a Fallow buck so up early and in the high seat for first light. About 5.30 heard a lot of noise in the wood behind me and then had four Fallow does and seven young break cover and start to graze on the grass in front of me. The young were definitely all this years and there was definitely only four does. This group stayed in front of me for at least 20 minutes before wandering off to another wood about 400 yards away. None of the young appeared distressed or acted as though they were looking for a parent. I've heard that its possible for fallow to have twins but very rare. By these numbers 3 of the does would have had to have had twins but I can't believe this is possible. Any suggestions fellas.
After this group had moved off went for a walk and got a pricket so a good morning all in all.