Abondoned Fawns

Fawns Are Not Abondoned Mother deer intentionally leave their fawns alone for hours at a time for their own protection and education. They only “abandon” them once humans take them. Leave fawns alone unless they are visibly injured or bleeding, and call us if you have any questions...

Roosevelt Elk

Roosevelt or Olympic Elk The Roosevelt Elk (Cervus Canademsosi), also known as the Olympic Elk is the largest of the four surviving subspecies of elk in North America.  They live in the rain forests of the Pacific Northwest and were introduced to Kodiak, Alaska's Afognak and Raspberry Islands...

Black-tailed Deer

Deer are browsers. During the winter and early spring, they feed on Douglas-fir, western red cedar, red huckleberry, salal, deer fern, and lichens growing on trees. Late spring to fall, they consume grasses, blackberries, apples, fireweed, pearly everlasting, forbs, salmonberry, salal, and maple. The mating or 'rutting' season occurs during November and early December. Bucks can be observed running back and forth across the roads in...