DFG reminds the public to leave young wildlife alone April 16, 2012 California

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DFG reminds the public to leave young wildlife alone April 16, 2012 California, Lake County News 
... In 2010, approximately 439 fawns were turned into California rehabilitation facilities by well-meaning members of the public. Many of these fawns were healthy and should not have been disturbed. ... “Healthy fawns will be laying or standing quietly by themselves in one location for hours while there mother is away feeding. If you care, leave them there.” ... said Nicole Carion, DFG’s statewide coordinator for wildlife rehabilitation 


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