This fawn saw two does eating grass and wanted to join them. One doe touched the nose of the fawn; that is one of the ways that the deer remembers other deer is by the scent that they put off.
The doe decided that she didn’t want the fawn to join them, so she started to chase the fawn away. The fawn's mother saw what was happening and came running to protect her young one. The mother deer chased the other doe out of the yard.
The doe wouldn't have hurt the fawn, it just didn't wanted the fawn near her.
A whitetail fawn saw a wooden deer and didn’t know what it was; he called to his twin sister and asked her if she knew what the wooden deer is. She said, I guess it is OK, it hasn’t moved, plus mother deer is watching us and will keep us safe. The fawns went back to eating grass, feeling safe that mother was nearby.
The fawn saw its mother running with its tail up high, which is a sign to run. The fawn made a fast turnaround to follow her, and did a big jump over a small rock fence.
When fawns are young they sleep more and stays where their mother puts them down to hide and sleep. As the fawns grow older, they sleep less and they will pick their own places where they want to take a nap.
When mother deer is ready to find her fawn she will go back to the place she last saw it. If she can’t find her fawn she will call to her young one by make grunting noises. When the fawn hears its mom it will take off running to her.