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Best practice when encountering injured or orphaned wildlife is to leave it alone, undisturbed, LDWF advises

The best thing to do when encountering injured or orphaned wildlife is to leave it alone and undisturbed advises the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
Each year LDWF receives calls from concerned citizens who have found what they believe to be orphaned or abandoned mammals. It is against the law to capture, transport or possess mammalian wildlife and generally, those animals are better off left where they are found.

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