If You See a Park “Resident,” Leave it Alone

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Provided by Prince William Parks, Recreation & Tourism

Prince William County Parks are home to several different wild species or “park residents,” as the staff likes to call them. If you happen to see an injured animal or a baby animal who may appear to be abandoned, please leave them alone. This is the time of year that birds are fledging, and babies such as fawns (baby deer) are left alone for extended periods of time without their mother.

If you see an injured animal or another cause for concern, please contact a Prince William County Park Ranger at 703-792-8889.

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