If you grew up in Missouri or Illinois, it's likely you've seen your share of deer. Even if that's true, I can almost guarantee you've never seen one quite like the epic rare hairless buck a hunter in Illinois just shared.
A few Midwestern friends were out for a leisurely ride on their bikes when they realized nature was struggling in a fence. It was 3 fawns who were in need of rescue which is exactly what the bikers did.
When wild deer find themselves in the middle of a neighborhood, sometimes bad things happen. In this case, it was all's well that ends well for a fawn who found herself stuck in the window well of a home in Illinois until firefighters came to her rescue.
If your pet is injured, you can take them to a veterinarian. What happens when wildlife are found injured? More than 500 have been taken to a ranch in the Midwest that cares and rehabs as many as possible.
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) confirmed on Monday that the department will work with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to test up to 1,000 deer for the virus between now and March 2022.