A fawn and elk calf at For Heaven’s Sake Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation on Sept. 22. The state Department of Fish and Wildlife investigated the facility and euthanized some animals because they became habituated to humans. Last week, agency officials said they’ll allow 11 deer fawns to remain at the animal rescue for the rest of the winter.
A fawn and elk calf at For Heaven’s Sake Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation on Sept. 22. The state Department of Fish and Wildlife investigated the facility and euthanized some animals because they became habituated to humans. Last week, agency officials said they’ll allow 11 deer fawns to remain at the animal rescue for the rest of the winter. Courtesy photo Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
A fawn and elk calf at For Heaven’s Sake Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation on Sept. 22. The state Department of Fish and Wildlife investigated the facility and euthanized some animals because they became habituated to humans. Last week, agency officials said they’ll allow 11 deer fawns to remain at the animal rescue for the rest of the winter. Courtesy photo Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

State officials were planning to euthanize fawns, and then donate them to Wolf Haven

December 27, 2017 07:00 AM

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