Public urged to leave fawns alone
May is the month when most fawns are born. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is urging people to leave fawns alone.
While a new fawn may appear helpless, it's important not to interfere with the doe's natural instinct for raising its young, DNR officials said.
A doe's method of rearing offspring is different from a human's, especially for the first few weeks.
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