The weather is warm and everyone including the wild life are enjoying it. Thats why Corrections, Policing, and Public Safety want to remind everyone to leave the wild animals, young and old alone. 

Ted Glass, Conservation Officer, explains, 

“Absolutely. So our biggest message and the the best thing we can tell folks is leave wildlife and let it stay wild. [With] Good intention[s], folks will sometimes see a baby animal, or a young animal of the year and they'll be concerned and that’s fine. 

Most often that animal is i just fine where it is, and we can actually do more harm to ourselves and to our pets and to the wildlife if we disturb it.” 

It is stressed that for your and the animal’s safety you are to leave it alone, the mother of the animal knows where it is and is more than likely out gathering food. 

If an animal IS in clear distress or obviously injured, you are to call your local conservation officer or the Turn in Poachers and Polluters (TIPP) line at 1-800-667-7561.