What Should You Do When You Find a Fawn?

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  1. Bowhunting.com Staff

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    That's easy, leave it alone. Chances are good that the doe is close by watching you. At least in my experience.
     
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    Pretty much common sense to just leave it alone then again people believe a bird can smell and will reject a baby bird that was touched by a human.
     
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    cantexian Die Hard Bowhunter

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    And smack the stupid out of the people who think it is abandoned and try to take to a vet, animal shelter, or home.
     
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    If its laying in the middle of a road like the one in the picture I would probably pick it up and move it off the road though.
     
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    Fire up the grill!!!

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