Fawns are often found by well-meaning people who think they are orphaned, but in fact, the mother deer will leave her fawns in the grass for long periods of time during the day while she browses, returning at night to move the baby to a safe place for sleeping.
Black-tailed fawns need predator-proof housing with a large fenced area that allows them enough space to be able to grow, run and gain experience and stamina.
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Contributions to WildCare are fully tax-deductible. WildCare's tax identification number (EIN) is 51-0172331If you have any questions about donating to us online, please send us an email or call us at 415-453-1000 x13.To
send your gift by U.S. Mail, please make your check payable to WildCare
and mail it to WildCare, 76 Albert Park Lane, San Rafael, CA 94901.
Each wildlife sponsorship is symbolic and your donation will be
used where needed most to help ill, injured and orphaned wildlife.