Most frequently asked question...Why do we have to rescue them?? Many reasons, number one reason human intervention. Unfortunately they are in the city of Buffalo and surrounding suburbs, heavily populated. We reunite most with mom but it depends on how long the person has the fawn and what they were feeding it. Many other situations, dog, coyote, fox attacks, something happened to their mom, car accidents, lawn mowers, stuck in creeks and other water bodies, pools, sickness, found in a dangerous area, the list is endless.. What I'm finding this season is many with respiratory issues, low/high temperatures, breathing problems, because we had an extremely rainy cold spring the fawns are laying in wet, cold mud! They are very weak, mom can't help her baby that has a temperature. Our number one goal is always to try and reunite baby with mom! We have taken in 9 but 7 have survived so far..