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DNR: Babies best left in nature

Animals' parents most often hiding nearby

8:29 AM, Apr. 17, 2013

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Drive with caution, care during animal rush hours of dusk and dawn

With the arrival of spring so, too, will be the arrival of baby wildlife. Well-intentioned animal enthusiasts may mistakenly assume some wildlife babies are abandoned and in need of their help without realizing the babies' mothers most likely are nearby and on the job.

Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologists remind outdoor enthusiasts that these wildlife babies are best left in their natural homes and near their mothers, which are likely hiding from sight in an effort to protect their babies. ...

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