Southwest Wildlife Foundation

Southwest Wildlife Foundation

www.gowildlife.org
Cedar City, UT / Dedicated to wildlife rescue, wildlife and environmental education. Developing Cedar Canyon Nature Park on 22.6 acres on the east side of Cedar City.
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This orphaned Mule Deer fawn was raised and released back to the wild by the Southwest Wildlife Foundation. His photo will be featured in our 2015 calendar. Calendars will be available for a $10 donation in December 2014 for updates please join us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/85218228664/

This orphaned Mule Deer fawn was raised and released back to the wild by the Southwest Wildlife Foundation. His photo will be featured in our 2015 calendar. Calendars will be available for a $10 donation in December 2014 for updates please join us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/85218228664/

Bald Eagles. "Breakfast on the go" will be among the photos on our 2015 calendar available in December 2014 for a $10 donation please visit us on Face Book at https://www.facebook.com/groups/85218228664/  for updates

Bald Eagles. "Breakfast on the go" will be among the photos on our 2015 calendar available in December 2014 for a $10 donation please visit us on Face Book at https://www.facebook.com/groups/85218228664/ for updates

Enjoying the sunshine

Enjoying the sunshine

With a little assistance to get them started, the young mule deer are able to wander and meet wild deer and learn from them.

With a little assistance to get them started, the young mule deer are able to wander and meet wild deer and learn from them.

Young buck fawn exploring the area after a storm

Young buck fawn exploring the area after a storm

Young buck getting acquainted with a wild doe

Young buck getting acquainted with a wild doe

The 4 month old fawns learning from a wild doe

The 4 month old fawns learning from a wild doe

Learning from a wild doe

Learning from a wild doe

One of the fawns meeting a wild doe in the area

One of the fawns meeting a wild doe in the area

The doe on the left and the buck on the right are both about 2 weeks old. This is their first night together.

The doe on the left and the buck on the right are both about 2 weeks old. This is their first night together.

2 week old mule deer buck fawn just arrived to the Southwest Wildlife Foundation, Inc. rehabilitation Center. A little scrapped up and with a bad case of scours in need of help.

2 week old mule deer buck fawn just arrived to the Southwest Wildlife Foundation, Inc. A little scrapped up and with a bad case of scours in need of help.

Mule deer doe fawn about 2 weeks of age. Swelling on her leg has gone down but there is tendon or nerve damage that will take time to heal.

Mule deer doe fawn about 2 weeks of age. Swelling on her leg has gone down but there is tendon or nerve damage that will take time to heal.

Injured mule deer fawn at the Vets office

Injured mule deer fawn at the Vets office

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Mule deer doe fawn waiting to see Dr. Thinnes DVM at Cedar Vet Clinic in Cedar City, Utah with Martin Tyner and Geri Petkowski, the fawns first rescuer.

Mule deer doe fawn waiting to see Dr. Thinnes DVM at Cedar Vet Clinic in Cedar City, Utah with Martin Tyner and Geri Petkowski, the fawns first rescuer.