Many fawns were recently born in Yosemite National Park and officials are urging people to be cautious and avoid the animals. Submitted photo
Anyone visiting Yosemite National Park should be aware of young deer who are just getting their footing in life.
Mule deer fawns are typically born mid-June through July in Yosemite, according to park officials.
Fawns are born relatively scentless and are brown with white spots. These characteristics provide camouflage which allow fawns to conceal...
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