This fawn was found on the side of the road, her mom had been hit by a car and was unable to move. The now orphaned fawn was given fluids and we checked her blood glucose to be sure she was stable. She is doing well now and is in our fawn nursery with 3 other orphans. The other images are a young fledgling Barn owlet. He had severe wounds (bumble foot) on his feet. This was likely caused by feces build up in the nest. We have been treating the wounds and they are healing nicely. Providing medical care to patients like this is an important part of wildlife rehabilitation. Your donations and contributions from funders like the Wags and Menace Make a Difference Foundation make it possible for us to provide care for thousands of patients annually. Thank you!