DNR: Leave wild critters alone
With the arrival of warm weather when wildlife is active, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is urging people to leave fawns and other wildlife alone. The DNR offers tips for dealing with nuisance wildlife.
A doe's method of rearing offspring is different from a human's, especially for the first few weeks. Within hours of birth, the fawn is led to a secluded spot and the doe lets it nurse.
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