Fawn Rescue is searching for responsible Sonoma County homeowners with remote acreage to raise and release four fawns per year from April through August. The homeowner acts as caregiver until the fawns reach 4 months old, when they are freed to live in a natural habitat. For more information, call Matt, Fawn Rescue’s animal care coordinator, at 707-931-4550.
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