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Fawn found crying next to mother, who died after car crash, police say

Animal control officer, police help rescue orphaned fawn Salem Police Department Orphaned fawn SOURCE: Salem Police Department Fawn found crying next to mother, who died after car crash, police say Animal control officer, police help rescue orphaned fawn An orphaned fawn found crying next to her deceased mother has been rescued, police said.A New Hampshire…
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Animal control officer, police help rescue orphaned fawn

Orphaned fawn

Salem Police Department

Orphaned fawn

SOURCE: Salem Police Department

Fawn found crying next to mother, who died after car crash, police say

Animal control officer, police help rescue orphaned fawn

An orphaned fawn found crying next to her deceased mother has been rescued, police said.A New Hampshire resident reported hearing the crying in the woods before he left for work and again when he returned home after work, police said. Police said when the resident checked on the noise, he found the fawn next to her mother.Officials said it was clear the mother deer had been hit by a car on a busy road nearby but made it back to her fawn before succumbing to her injuries. Pelham, New Hampshire, officers brought the fawn to Salem Animal Control Officer Corie Bliss, who “saved her life,” police said.“Thank you to all our wonderful wildlife rehabilitators in our state for all you do,” Salem police wrote in a Facebook post.Police added that most of the time, young wild animals spotted alone are not actually orphaned, as their mothers are likely looking for food. In those cases, they should be left alone, officials said.

PELHAM, N.H. —

An orphaned fawn found crying next to her deceased mother has been rescued, police said.

A New Hampshire resident reported hearing the crying in the woods before he left for work and again when he returned home after work, police said.

Police said when the resident checked on the noise, he found the fawn next to her mother.

Officials said it was clear the mother deer had been hit by a car on a busy road nearby but made it back to her fawn before succumbing to her injuries.

Pelham, New Hampshire, officers brought the fawn to Salem Animal Control Officer Corie Bliss, who “saved her life,” police said.

“Thank you to all our wonderful wildlife rehabilitators in our state for all you do,” Salem police wrote in a Facebook post.

Police added that most of the time, young wild animals spotted alone are not actually orphaned, as their mothers are likely looking for food. In those cases, they should be left alone, officials said.

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