7 young deer are preparing in our country for release next spring
Data: 26 nov. 2020

After more than 8 months of very careful and well-coordinated care by veterinarian Roșu Ovidiu, seven deer from the Luana’s Dream Foundation Rehabilitation Center were transferred to the ACDB Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Focșani in order to prepare them for release starting next spring.

Before being released in the pens in the forest (at Crângul Petrești), a collar was mounted so that they could be more easily identified. Everything will end well on the day when the mature specimens will be released in the forest to continue their life as a wild animal!

The forest will be richer with a few deer and we and our friends from Luana’s Dream will be richer in soul! Thanks to Ovidiu and the whole team! We know how much effort you put in!

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