In May, does give birth to their youngs in meadows. In tall grass, the fawns are safe from predators. They have hardly any smell and their spotted coat provides excellent camouflage in the vegetation. If danger arises, fawns remain lying down and motionless in order not to be discovered. Although this strategy has proven to be effective against predators, it poses a serious danger in connection with mowing machines. By using a thermal camera attached to a drone, fawns can be detected in tall grass and removed prior to mowing.