BC Conservation Officers are warning pet owners to be careful when walking their animals during deer fawning season.
Deputy Chief of the BC Conservation Officer Service Chris Doyle says some mother dear can be dangerous. He notes that mother deer can see pets as threats to their newborns.
Doyle says if you have any concerns about wildlife, contact the Conservation Officer Service. He notes that it’s also important to leave deer fawns alone.
Doyle says fawning season should be done by the end of July.