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    Four orphaned deer in Otisfield watch as Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife biologists plan their release back to the wild.

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    Four children accompanied their fathers, who are biologists with Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife, during the Aug. 20 release of rehabilitated white-tailed deer fawns. From left are Dominic Zitske, 8, Hailey Stearns, 7, Jack Stearns, 4, and Nora Lindsay, 9.

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    A white-tailed deer fawn is rehabilitated, weaned and ready for release.

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    Hailey Stearns, 7, daughter of wildlife biologist Cory Stearns, keeps tabs on a fawn her dad has put in a crate to transport for release.

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    Nora Lindsay, 9, left, watches as her father. wildlife biologist Scott Lindsay, releases Blue, a fawn that had been injured and nursed back to health by wildlife rehabilitator Katrina Lewis-Carstensen of Otisfield.

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    An orphaned fawn, nicknamed Kittery, wastes no time getting a taste of freedom as wildlife biologist Scott Lindsay, right, and daughter Nora release him from his travel crate.

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    With a little coaxing from Nora Lindsay, Blue the fawn comes out of hiding Aug. 20 to join her fellow orphan Kittery as they are released back into the wild.

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