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Cape Gazette APE LIFE TUESDAY, JUNE 7- THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2011 17 Public should leave deer fawns alone don't become active enough to -: - start traveling with their mothers until they are about 2 months ... The fawning season for white- cording to DNREC wildlife biol, old, so the survival instinct of a tailed deer in Delaware has ar- ogist Joe Rogerson. "There are a newborn fawn is to stay very still rived. With the season's onset number of things people who re- and hide from predators." come the inevitable calls to the move fawns from the field may Research has shown that many Delaware Department of Natural iiot realize," he said. "First and fawns cared for by people have a Resources and Environmental foremost, the fawn hasn't been greatly decreased chance of sur- Control's Division of Fish and abandoned at all. Newbornviva] once they are released back Wildlife about abandoned fawns, fawns need to feed every few into the wild, compared to their and how doing the right thing hours, so the mother never strays counterparts raised by their means bringing them home or to far. So even if a fawn appears to a wildlife rehabilitator. Actually be alone, the doe is likely bedded mothers. Fawns raised in the wild are able to learn survival in- that's the wrong thing to do, ac- close by," Rogerson said. "Fawns sdncts from their mother. : Thomas enjoyed playing com- ly as "Poppy," his granddaughter, Obituaries )) puter games, gardening and bird Cailyn Klein. watching, especially fascinated A memorial service will be Continued from page 16 by his hummingbirds in the held at 7 p.m., Friday, June 10, at Thomas Edward Brown spring and summer months and the Reformation Lutheran entertaining family and friends Church, 613 Lakeview Ave., Mil- Jr., proud veteran with a backyard barbecue. He ford, where friends may call one Thomas Edward Brown Jr., 49, was also a regular participant in hour prior to the service. of Milford, died Saturday, June 4, the Touch-A-Truck program held Burial, will be held privately. 2011, at Christiana Hospital in annually in Lewes. In lieu of flowers, the family Newark from injuries sustained In addition to his family, he has requested memorial contri- in a motorcycle accident, will be greatly missed by his two butions to the S.P.C.A., Sussex Thomas was born Oct. 31,1961, feline companions whom heChapter, 22918 DuPont Blvd, in Kingston, N.Y., son of the late loved dearly, Gracie and Molly. Georgetown, DE 19947 or Prime Thomas E. and Juanita He is survived by his wife of 11 Hook National Wildlife Refuge, (Boughton) Brown-Rydzewski. years, Sherry Brown; two daugh- Eagle Preservation, 11978 Turkle He was a proud veteran of the ters, Heather Brown Klein of Pond Road, Milton, DE 19968. U.S. Air Force, serving his coun- Milton and Jessica Jones of Mil- Arrangements handled by try while stationed at the Dover ford; three brothers, Edward Rogers Funeral Home, Milford. Air Force Base. Brown of Ohio, Charles Brown of Mr. Brown was a loyal employ- New York and Eric Brown of ee for 24 years with Atlantic Kingston; two sisters, Linda Jef- Concrete in Lewes, where he frey and Cecilia Panella, both of held the position of senior driver Kingston; and the joy of his life on the mixer trucks, who referred to him affectionate- M E RR Toyota directly employs nearly 30,000 in the U.S., and its invest- ment here is currently valued at Continued from page 16 more than $18 billion, including sales and manufacturing opera- servation of marine mammals tions, research and development, turtl0 . ME1/R titut0 financial services and design. is authorized by National Marine Since 1991, Toyota has con- Fisheries Service and the state of tributed more thari $500 million Delaware to be the official to philanthropic programs in the stranding respondents for the U.S. marine mammals and sea turtles For more information on of Delaware. M_ERR, visit Toyota established operations For more information on Toy- the United States in 1957 and ota's commitment to improving currently operates 10 manufac- communities nationwide, visit turing plants, including one un- der construction, nity. customer as a neighbor. BANK 502 East Market Street Greenwood, DE 19950 Local: 1-302-349-4512 Toll-free: 1-888-765-6654 Banking Hours Lobby Drive Thru Monday-Friday9:00AM-6:00PM 8:30AM-6:OOPM Saturday 8:30AM-1:00PM 8:30AM-1:00PM @2011 Discover Bank Member FDIC Cape 00159 Member