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Pair of Fawns ‘Spotted’ in Shadow of Earth Science Campus


Fawns shun the sun in "natural" surroundings.
Fawns shun the sun in “natural” surroundings.

Staking out a rare commodity on these hot and humid days – a patch of shade – these equally precious fawns visited Penn College’s Schneebeli Earth Science Center on Thursday. Carved out of hundreds of woodland acres south of Williamsport, the living laboratory is a frequent stopping-off point for all manner of wildlife; these young ones (among a number of relative newborns recently seen in nearby fields) crossed onto the ESC campus from the Energy Technology and Education Center off Route 15.
Photo by Deborah C. Books, secretary to the dean of transportation/natural resources technology

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