Fawn Rescue, Deer Rescue, Wildlife Rescue, Wildlife Rehabilitation, Sacramento, Placer County, Yolo County, Nevada County
Kindred Spirits Fawn Rescue
The only active fawn rescue serving Sacramento, Placer, Yolo, and Nevada Counties
In the NewsLoomis News: Diane Nicholas’ Kindred Spirits Fawn Rescue competing for $10,000 in award money
Auburn Journal: Diane Nicholas’ Kindred Spirits Fawn Rescue competing for $10,000 in award money
Channel 3: Good Vuz
Channel 3: Diane nominated for international grant
You've got a friend
Sacbee Book of Dreams
August Granite Bay View by Sena Christian
Fox 40 News: Experts believes domesticated deer will survive in wild
Loomis News: Orphaned, injured fawns find new life with rescue group
Gwen Moss (blog): Simple Compassion
Right This Minute: Orphaned fawns rescued by Kindred Spirits
Loomis News: Rescue group offers fawns a second chance
Community Involvement: Loomis festival spreads community spirit
A young fawn at the rescue
Our Fawn Rescue Program
The program provides needed care to Placer, Yolo, Sacramento, and Nevada County’s injured and orphaned fawn population. Our mission is to rehabilitate fawns with a goal of returning a healthy animal back into the wild.
What areas do we serve?
What do I do if I see a fawn that appears to be sick, injured or orphaned?