????IMPORTANT MESSAGE???? Please remember that fawns are wild animals. If you find them please let them be. We have recieved many calls lately about people thinking that the fawns have been abandoned. Here are some facts about whitetail deer: •Moms leave babies for long periods at a time (up to 36 hrs) but always come back •Moms do not abandon their babies for no reason •Moms leave the babies by themselves to keep...See More them safe from predators but usually keep an eye on them from a distance so they are most likely watching you touch the baby and they won’t come around if they see you touching or interacting with it. Some signs that a fawn might be sick and in immediate danger are: •Extremely curled ears •Sunken In behind the eyes •Maggots on openings on the fawn If you pick it up and they don’t move and let you grab them that does not mean they are sick that is a survival technique, they play dead. If you are concerned about a fawn and they are showing these signs, do not take matters into your own hands. Please call a professional. The main point is LEAVE FAWNS ALONE. They do much better in the wild without human contact. Thank you.