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Help for an injured or orphaned fawn,
please call Fawn Rescue at (707) 931-4550.


For other inquiries, please contact us at fawns@fawnrescue.org Emails are answered as quickly as time allows.

For urgent matters, please call us.
Fawn Rescue is the only organizatiion in Sonoma County licensed to care for ill, injured or orphaned fawns.
As a public safety measure, we do not have a physical center where you can drop off fawns.
Our Animal Care Coordinator, Matt Wolfe will respond to all calls and answer your questions.

Our Mission Statement:
All Fawn Rescue's fawns come to us due to human interference.
Therefore, we feel a deep obligation to restore them to health
and return them to their natural habitat where they belong.

Read our Profile.pdf and Overview.pdf


Fawn Rescue will host information table's on:

*July 15, 2017 from 10:00 to 1:00
Pet Food Express Store
500 West Napa Street Sonoma

We hope to see you there. *

newView our July 4th 2017 photos here.


 

newThank you Julie Shoffner McGee


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Article about Fawn Rescue featured in the Sonoma West Paper!

Fawn Rescue at Quarryhill Botanical Gardens for Earth Day!

Weekly Updates on how the fawns are doing during Fawn Season.

Last year, someone evidently thought this little newborn had been abandoned by its mother. No way.
She will always return to her baby once she has finished browsing.

If you see a tiny fawn curled up pretending to be hiding, please - LEAVE IT ALONE. Mother will return!
It is impossible to improve upon Mother Nature.

That is why we work so hard to educate the public to leave these babies alone.
But, IF the baby is crying or walking in circles or obviously in distress...THEN
please call Fawn Rescue at 707-931-4550 first. Stay nearby the fawn until we arrive.

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