I think they're the twin fawns who graced our farm last spring and summer, hugging their mama's side and growing like weeds. We had a hard winter for western Washington and I'm glad to see them back, safe and sound. Well....they were a little rough around the edges.
Harsh, wiry winter coats are coming off with a vengeance providing nesting material for the barn swallows. No worries 'bout the ribbiness....there's plenty of grass and young shoots to browse.
Mama looks like she'll be pretty busy teaching another little one pretty soon...and those rough looking characters in the pasture won't be "Mama's Boys" anymore.