For Heaven’s Sake Animal Rescue, where this fawn and elk calf are seen on Sept. 22, 2017, recently underwent a state inspection. Wildlife officials say they previously found animals at the center that were habituated to humans. The evaluation is part of an agreement to allow WDFW to inspect the deer for their eligibility to be used in an ungulate study at Washington State University.
For Heaven’s Sake Animal Rescue, where this fawn and elk calf are seen on Sept. 22, 2017, recently underwent a state inspection. Wildlife officials say they previously found animals at the center that were habituated to humans. The evaluation is part of an agreement to allow WDFW to inspect the deer for their eligibility to be used in an ungulate study at Washington State University. Courtesy photo Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
For Heaven’s Sake Animal Rescue, where this fawn and elk calf are seen on Sept. 22, 2017, recently underwent a state inspection. Wildlife officials say they previously found animals at the center that were habituated to humans. The evaluation is part of an agreement to allow WDFW to inspect the deer for their eligibility to be used in an ungulate study at Washington State University. Courtesy photo Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

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