Bambi is a white tailed deer and the main character of both films, Bambi and Bambi II.
He is the son of The Great Prince of the forest, fact that makes him the Young Prince. Bambi is one happy fawn that learns important things from his mother and has fun with his friends, Thumper the rabbit, Flower the skunk and Faline, a young fawn like him. The winter will give him the loss of his mother, killed by the man and The Great Prince is shown to take him away. During spring, Bambi is a young adult stag, with his antlers growing on. He'll discover love thanks to Feline and the man will be, once again, damaging the forest with an extreme hunt that will make the forest on fire. At the end of the story, Bambi is seen to take The Great Prince's place while watching his two newborns fawns that he and Faline had, Geno and Gurri (names are from the book).
In Bambi II is shown the time that Bambi spent after his mother's death, living with his father, The Great Prince. Here will be introduced Ronno, a fawn that had just got his antlers and that was Bambi's love rival in the first movie, fighting the Young Prince to get Faline. At the end of the movie, Bambi's patcher are faded away and he got a pair of antlers himself. The Great Prince and Bambi will go to a special place where the older stag tells him that this place is where he had met Bambi's mother for the first time.