If you find a baby deer in the tall grass or in thick shrubbery, leave it alone!
A fawn’s best defense against predators is to hide and stay perfectly still. The parents will check on it and feed it throughout the day. The best thing you can do is let the Fawn be and have smile for finding it.
This orphaned White Tailed Deer fawn is recovering in an ICU cage from severe dehydration. Once stabilized it is moved outside to a specialized ungulate enclosure far from human activity until it can be fostered out to a wild doe.