Monthly Archives: May 2013

Do not disturb

Have you seen a fawn on your hike? White-tailed deer often protect their young from predators such as dogs or coyotes by hiding them in a variety of areas. The fawn is often left for periods of time by the doe; this is normal. The mother is not dead or has not abandoned the fawn. The doe leaves the immediate area for up to several hours to forage and tend to her own needs periodically, but remains within calling distance of the fawn. More than likely,

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