What to do with wild animal foundlings

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In those spring months, when many wild animals have babies, sometimes the newborns get lost and can’t find their way back to their nest or den, and humans often don’t know how to help. “Whoever finds lost-looking wild animals during a walk through the fields or the woods right now is probably only facing an emergency in the rarest cases,” says Jenier Calvi of the German foundation for wild animals. Here are the most typical cases: – A leveret (young hare) or fawn (young deer) will usually duck into hollows or high grass to wait for its mother, who usually only comes by in the mornings and eve…

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