Fawn Rescue

Black-Tailed Fawn - Care in Captivity Manual
 by Marjorie Davis

Black-Tailed Fawn Care in Captivity Manual This manual is used as a guide by other wildlife specialists and is sold throughout the United States, Canada, and abroad. We are proud to be making this much needed contribution to wildlife care.

New diseases and other information were added in the 2010 revision.


Photo by Kathy Aanestad

Step-by-Step Rehabilitation from Admission to Release

  • Part 1 - Natural History

  • Part II - Care In Captivity
    Supplies, Pick-up and Transport, Admission, Feeding, Indoor Housing, Outdoor Housing, Elimination, Hygiene, Medical Problems, Handling, Tagging, Release

  • Part III - Daily Schedule

  • Part IV - Attachments  
  • Stress - A Brief Study, Advantages of Feeding Racks for Fawns, Sleuthing Solves Fawns Sickness, The Two Faces of Imprinting, The Stress of Physical and Chemical Restraints on Fawns, Colostrx, Probios, and more.


To Order:

Please send a check or money order for $15.00 plus $3.00 postage, payable to Fawn Rescue, P.O. Box 1622, Sonoma, CA 95476.


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