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3 days ago

Otsego County Conservation Association

An important message from our friends at NYS Department of Environmental Conservation. More often than not, the baby animal that appears abandoned is actually being cared for.If You Care, Leave It There!

People occasionally find a lone fawn and mistakenly assume it has been abandoned, which is rare. Fawns should never be picked up. If human presence is detected by the doe, the doe may delay its next visit to nurse.

DEC is reminding New Yorkers to enjoy wildlife and their young from a safe distance and resist the urge to touch or pick up newborn fawns and other young wildlife.

More info: www.dec.ny.gov/press/117042.html
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