What to Do: Fawns

Apr. 10th, 2014 | Hospital Stories

Black-tailed deer, a subspecies of the mule deer, are common throughout the Bay Area. Fawns are born in spring or early summer. They begin foraging for their own food when they are a week old, but will nurse heavily for at least two months. Does will hide their babies and go off to feed, often for an entire day. If…