ELDERSBURG, Md. — A baby deer was rescued Sunday in Eldersburg, after its mother had been struck and killed by a car.
Maryland Natural Resources Police say the fawn was trying to nurse on the deceased doe.
Officer Marney responded and was able to locate the lost fawn and bring it to a wildlife rehabilitation clinic.
On Sunday, OFC Marney received a call that a car fatally struck a doe in Eldersburg. The fawn was attempting to nurse on the deceased deer. Fortunately, OFC Marney was able to locate & safely secure the fawn. Afterward, he transported the fawn to a wildlife rehabilitation clinic. pic.twitter.com/N2slikon3W— Maryland NRP (@MDNRPolice) June 14, 2022