photo by Harold Umber, ND Game and Fish

Leave Baby Animals Alone

  The North Dakota Game and Fish Department emphasizes a simple message to well-intentioned humans who want to pick up and rescue what appear to be orphaned baby animals – don’t touch them. Whether it is a young fawn, duckling, cottontail rabbit or a songbird, it is better to just leave them alone. More often…
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Don’t Touch

When it comes to baby, injured or lost wildlife, the response is DON"T TOUCH. Leave them alone…unless it’s an Endangered Species, please just leave them where they are. If someone has already taken or picked the critter up? PUT IT BACK! Leave Baby Animals Alone, Motorists Advised of Deer The North Dakota Game and Fish…
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Leave Baby Animals Alone

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department emphasizes a simple message to well-intentioned humans who want to pick up and rescue what appear to be orphaned baby animals – don’t touch them. Whether it is a young fawn, duckling, cottontail rabbit or a songbird, it is better to just leave them alone. More often than…
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