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Don’t adopt a ‘lost’ fawn; it’s illegal and likely not abandoned

If a deer fawn is found alone in the woods, leave it there, advises a state wildlife biologist. Its mother has not abandoned it; she is probably nearby. Removing a fawn from the forest is also illegal because the animal is being taken outside the legal season for taking deer,…


2010 Firearm Deer Season Underway in Michigan; Early Reports Available

The 2010 firearm deer season is underway, and impressions regarding deer observations, hunting activity, and check station operations from the first few days of the season have been compiled by the Department of Natural Resources and Environment. Hunter numbers are lower in some areas than last year, but better average…


About The Same Number of Bucks As Last Year In Utah

This year’s archery deer hunt begins on August 16. With the exception of parts of northern and northeastern Utah, the number of buck deer in Utah is about the same as it was last fall. That means plenty of bucks should await you when Utah’s 2008 general archery deer hunt…


Wildlife Resources Commission Urges People to Leave Fawns Alone

RALEIGH, N.C. – A tiny deer might look cute and very much alone, but the N.C.Wildlife Resources Commission is urging people not to approach, touch or remove any white-tailed fawns lying in the brush. At the peak of fawning season in May and June, people might see fawns left alone…


Don’t Pick Up Baby Birds and Other Young Wildlife

You may be tempted to pick up a baby bird or other young wild animal that appears to be on its own, but Arizona Game and Fish Department biologists warn this is not a good idea. This is the time of year young wildlife can be seen throughout the state,…


What You Should Know If You Find a Seemingly Abandoned Fawn

The end of May marks the beginning of the fawning season in Delaware, with most born during the last week of May through the first week of June. Some fawns will be born as late as August. Each year around this time, the Division of Fish and Wildlife receives numerous…


Deer don’t make good pets, so don’t adopt a ‘lost’ fawn

If a deer fawn is found alone in the woods, leave it there, advises a state wildlife biologist. Its mother has not abandoned it; she is probably nearby. “Many people who come upon a solitary spotted fawn in the woods or along a roadway mistakenly assume the animal has been…