Fawns abound in the Central Okanagan

A baby fawn nestled in a Tower Ranch garden awaits the return of its mom. - Jennifer Smith
A baby fawn nestled in a Tower Ranch garden awaits the return of its mom.
— image credit: Jennifer Smith

Residents of the Central Okanagan are finding fawns, seemingly abandoned all over the community. A doe will hide her fawns when they are born and leave them while she to forages for food.

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