On Sunday, right in the middle of a (relatively) busy park, a white-tailed deer was shepherding her frisky fawn through the park. The fawn was darting all over the place and seemed to be excited by the open space having just emerged from the wild area. The mother soon corralled it behind her and the two of them moved into the bush by the weir. The mother did not feel threatened as her tail was down. Several people in the park were quite delighted by the sight. One gentleman with his large active dog off-leash put his dog under control after I pointed out the pair.