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Just want to remind everyone that if you see a fawn leave it alone. The fawn has no scent so the mom doesn’t stay around her baby very long, just to feed or relocate the fawn. She does this so her scent will not give up the babies location to predators. If you see a fawn one day and it’s still in the same spot next day, or the fawn looks sick or injured, then it’s time to call me. I get at least one call everyday about this. PLEASE SHARE!