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06-30-2014 08:12 AM
Rangers_mom Watching momma dear nursing baby in my backyard. When will this fawn figure out that she can jump over the fence. She has been in here for about 6 weeks. Her littermate jumps in and out regularly. I am starting to get a little worried.
06-19-2014 08:07 PM
llombardo I think it is amazing how smart they are to leave their young where they feel its safe. If the baby is looking healthy I would leave it be and enjoy watching if grow, it has to be a wonderful experience.
06-19-2014 06:41 PM
JakodaCD OA maybe momma shows up at nite? I would leave him, if you think he'll end up in danger, I'd call a rehabber ..
06-19-2014 06:37 PM
Rangers_mom Thanks all. I can see him/her now. He looks healthy. I guess I will leave him. I just hope he doesn't get too comfortable in my yard.
06-19-2014 04:52 PM
middleofnowhere You could call your state's fish and game office and see what they recommend. I know that for a long time fawns have little to no scent so dogs will pass them right by.
06-19-2014 04:38 PM
Zeeva Agreed with leave it. I know it seems heartless.


My uncle got lymes by trying to help an 'orphaned' fawn.
06-19-2014 01:22 PM
Taz's Mom I would leave it. I actually know a guy that does fawn rehabilitation if the fawn is truly orphaned, most people don't realize that a doe will leave a baby for most of the day, this is to keep predators away. People call him all the time, he will usually take the fawn back to the location where it was found and sit for hours and watch it. More times than not the doe usually comes back for it. They are much better off in nature if at all possible.
06-19-2014 11:39 AM
Anubis_Star Leave it alone. Rehabilitation places rarely take in fawns, the only option usually tends to be euthanasia. If it's growing then it's eating and surviving

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06-19-2014 09:35 AM
gsdsar If it's gotten that big, leave it. It will figure it out. Obviously it's surviving okay without much from mom.

You can try calling a rehabilitation center and get some advice.


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06-19-2014 09:13 AM
Rangers_mom Oh, and I live in suburbia so traffic can be heavy. Also baby deer has gotten quite big so I wonder why it hasn't figured out how to jump our 4 foot fence.
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