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Yet another fawn orphaned after people wouldn't leave it alone (CPW saved it)

On Thursday, CPW was able to reunite a fawn with its mother after someone in Colorado Springs wouldn't leave it alone.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is pleading with people to leave wildlife alone -- even if you think a baby is abandoned. 

On Thursday CPW was able to reunite a fawn with its mother after someone in Colorado Springs wouldn't leave it alone, according to a tweet from the agency. Officers returned the fawn to where it was found so its mother could find it. 

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So, lets #LeaveBabyWildlifeAlone, as CPW asks. Otherwise, these babies do end up abandoned and have to go to a rehab facility. 

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