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Wednesday, April 24 2019

As we begin to head outdoors during the long-awaited spring season, we may encounter a variety of newborn animals such as birds, rabbits and fawns. Though the young wildlife can pull on the heartstrings, and oftentimes appears to be abandoned, that’s usually not the case.

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