Fawn rescued by Burnham-On-Sea wildlife carers from Secret World Wildlife Rescue

This tiny fawn is being nursed back to good health after being found caught in brambles next to its dead sibling near Burnham-On-Sea.

Wildlife carers from Secret World Wildlife Rescue are looking after the stricken young deer after it was found by a walker near Rooksbridge.

“The tiny female fawn was found by the side of its dead sibling, with no mother to be seen in the Rooksbridge area,” the charity’s Marlies Hebdon told Burnham-On-Sea.com.

“The fawn was caught in brambles and was freed by a member of the public out on their daily walk.”

“The fawn came into our centre and is being cared for by our founder, Pauline Kidner.”

“If you see a lone fawn please call us before picking it up as its mother could be nearby. We are available for advice 8am-8pm every day on 01278 783250.”

“Due to having to cancel our events thus far this year we have had never had more need for vital funds to keep the charity going and enable us to carry on caring for the wildlife. Please help us if you can by making a donation.”

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