Another day in the Northland: Fawn falters, then recovers

Duluth’s Dave Rectenwald was headed for his cabin when he came across a doe and a very young fawn in the road. Both were standing in the road, he said. “The doe took off,” he said, “and when the fawn tried to follow, it did the splits times two and found itself lying flat on its stomach in the middle of the gravel road. I drove up, took a pic and drove a block away to park and watch. The fawn did a ‘pushup,’ and with the doe walking back in view for encouragement made it in to the tall grass.” (Photo by Dave Rectenwald)

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