If you see a fawn napping, it’s normal, do not attempt to ‘rescue it’ (also known as fawn napping) this will cause more harm than good!
According to Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges Complex:
"Please do not interact with mother and young fawn, these are critical times for bonding. If people get too close, fawns may get confused during this imprinting process and that can lead to fawns being abandoned. Please help keep them wild, it is better for mom and fawn, mom needs to be showing the youngster where to find food, water and shelter without human interference. Also, if you see a very small newborn fawn hunkered down in a yard or somewhere, that is not unusual. For several days the mother will leave her fawn to go get food and she will return. Please do not attempt to pick up, touch or feed these young animals. You are welcome to monitor and let us know [or your local wildlife protection services] if the animal seems to be abandoned but most likely it is just waiting until their mother returns. This is normal. Please help us spread the word. Together we can all make a difference!"
Ellba is a Orion’s Sonata Momoko doll (2009). This doll, is to me, one of the most beautiful dolls in the world. I still cannot believe I am fortunate enough to have her. Thank you dear friend, 😘.
*NT because the buck is long gone! 😂
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