Even though it may be tempting to "save" a stranded fawn when you spot one on its own, the Wildlife Rehabilitation Information Directory advises against doing so. The site explains that mothers often leave their fawn in a safe place while they forage for food and scope out new territory.
Since baby deer have a small amount of energy at first, they generally nap while Mom is out and about. While Mom may be out of view for well-intentioned humans, the mother deer can always hear their babies' crying!
That's why it's important to give fawns a wide berth and avoid "saving" the deer by bringing them home or calling a rescue center. Thankfully, this logger knows not to remove these fawns from their family and simply checks to make sure everything is okay.
As soon as he sees the fawns sitting nervously on the side of the logging trail, he cuts off the engine and jumps out of the car. Since big trucks had been going up and down the trail all day long, he was scared that the fawns had been injured in some way.