Mother Nature cares for young June 12, 2012 Michigan

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Mother Nature cares for young June 12, 2012 Michigan, Detroit Free Press, Eric Sharp
 ... One tactic whitetails have evolved is leaving their fawns alone in hiding for hours at a time. Without the mother to attract predators, there is less chance one will be drawn to the baby deer before it's old enough to run away. It's unlawful to take a live deer fawn from the woods (or a live adult deer, for that matter). Raising one requires making a special formula that has to be bottle-fed several times a day...


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