We have 12 to 18 does and fawns that hang around our house much of the year. Seems like as coyote population has increased, deer have hung out around the house more consistently. They have plenty of cover and forage well away from people, but graze in the field across from us and in our front yard every night. Coyotes don’t come up to the houses. 24/7 365 open season on them so they have a short life expectancy if seen within a couple hundred yards of the house.They seem to pick places to have their fawns and leave them close to people's houses this time of year, although you don't have much in the way of cover outside your fence. My neighbor usually has a fawn hidden for a few days in the flower bed next to the foundation. They have plenty of woods etc next to my pasture to hide in, but sometimes jump the fence into the pasture to have their baby, which of course can't jump out for a while. I guess those places seem safer from the coyotes.