MONTPELIER — It’s the time of year when deer fawns are being born, and people in Vermont are being asked to avoid disturbing the animals.
Deer biologist Adam Mukowski said when people see a fawn alone, they often mistakenly assume it is helpless, lost or needing to be rescued. Often, the mother is nearby.
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