Fawn Rescue

Fawn Rescue Gallery: A Collection of Photographs

The First Fawn, July 1981 Marj with her First Fawn - and no 'proper' bottle'!

The First Fawn, July 1981
Photograph  by Janet Prince

Marj with her First Fawn - and no 'proper' bottle'!
Photograph by Janet Prince


1990 Doe looking into pen at captive fawns, May 1999

1990
Photograph by Janet Prince

Doe looking into pen at captive fawns, May 1999
Photograph by Sue White

1993

April 10, 2005

1993
Photograph by Kathy Aanestad

April 10, 2005
Photograph by Jan Kennedy


Fawns at feeder, June 26, 2001

April 27, 2001

Fawns at feeder, June 26, 2001
Photograph by Jan Kennedy

April 27, 2001
Photograph by Jan Kennedy


May 3, 2001

Ill fawn lying by Buddha, August 24, 2001

May 3, 2001
Photograph by Jan Kennedy

Ill fawn lying by Buddha, August 24, 2001
Photograph by Marj Davis


Camouflaged fawn blending in the leaves, April 1988

Two fawns, still wearing their spots, June 2001.

Camouflaged fawn blending in the leaves, April 1988
Photograph by Marj Davis

Two fawns, still wearing their spots, June 2001
Photograph by Marjorie Davis


Doe caught in fence, July 3, 2005  Deer are often caught in fences; Marjorie Davis, with the help of a Sonoma County Animal Regulation Officer, sedated this doe and they were able to free her, July 3, 2005
Photograph by Marjorie Davis

 




This non-native deer was badly injured in 1992, but, after extensive surgery by Dr. Patrick Grant, he recovered and was taken to a farm where he lived with goats and loved it. His story is in the book, Leap to Freedom, by Marjorie Davis.
Photograph by Marjorie Davis


On their way to release and freedom, August 24, 1991

Learning to Stand, May 1991

On their way to release and freedom, August 24, 1991
Photograph by Marjorie Davis

Learning to stand, May 1991
Photograph by Marjorie Davis


Gabriel the Yearling               Gabriel the Yearling             
    Gabriel the Yearling
Dear Gabriel - Photos by Marjorie Davis

Photographs of Gabriel the Yearling, from the book, Leap to Freedom, by Marjorie Davis, 1991 & 1992
Photographs by Marjorie Davis


On the way to the vet for help, July 1992

Home from the Vet, July 1992

On the way to the vet for help, July 1992
Photograph by Marjorie Davis

Home from the Vet, July 1992
Photograph by Marjorie Davis


Releasing recovered doe, December 1992

Blind doe who recovered and was released, November 28, 2001

Releasing recovered doe, December 1992
Photograph by Marjorie Davis

Blind doe who recovered and was released, November 28, 2001
Photograph by Marjorie Davis


Blind Fawn, May 1991

Fawn, feeling much better, April 1997

Blind Fawn, May 1991 - recovered
Photograph by Marjorie Davis

Fawn, feeling much better, April 1997
Photograph by Marjorie Davis


Released! November 28, 2001

Older fawn greeting new fawn, September 1992

Released! November 28, 2001
Photograph by Marjorie Davis

Older fawn greeting new fawn, September 1992
Photograph by Marjorie Davis


Maureen & Jennifer at Dr. Grant Patrick's Clinic, July 1993

Marjorie Davis & Dr. Grant Patrick, November 1993

Maureen & Jennifer at Dr. Grant Patrick's Clinic, July 1993
Photograph by Marjorie Davis

Marjorie Davis & Dr. Grant Patrick, November 1993


Healing well, May 1994

The "Fawnmobile" on a rescue at Austin Creek in Cazadero, CA, August 2000

Healing well, May 1994
Photograph by Marjorie Davis

The "Fawnmobile" on a rescue at Austin Creek in Cazadero, CA, August 2000
Photograph by Marjorie Davis


Marj watches as a fawn makes her Leap to Freedom, 1991

Healthy fawns ready to return to the wild in Cloverdale, CA, August 1992
Photograph by Marjorie Davis

Marj watches as a fawn makes her leap to freedom, 1991


Fawns, released into the wild, to live their lives as it should be - wild & free. August 3, 1991

Fawns, released into the wild, to live their lives as it should be - wild & free. August 3, 1991
Photograph by Marjorie Davis


Please Note: The last four pictures (below) are close-up photographs of surgery to repair a doe's damaged leg, and may not be for everyone.


John Switzer, D.V.M., administers oxygen during surgery

Rob Kennedy, D.V.M., prepares the leg for surgery

John Switzer, D.V.M., administers oxygen during surgery Rob Kennedy, D.V.M., prepares the leg for surgery

Rob Kennedy, D.V.M., cleans and mends the damaged leg

Recovered and released, January 2002

Rob Kennedy, D.V.M., cleans and mends the damaged leg Recovered and released, January 2002

Photographs by Marjorie Davis





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