(KLIX)- Idaho State Fish and Game is asking people to leave baby animals alone. The early part of June is the peak time for fawning and calving season for deer and elk as well as pronghorn. Fish and Game says with many people camping and heading into the woods it likely people will come into contact with baby animals. Sometimes people will bring back these animals thinking they are abandoned if no mother is around. Kelton Hatch with Idaho Fish and Game says its best to leave the animals alone. In early summer many babies are too young to survive on their own. In most cases if an animal is brought in it could die or spend the rest of its life in a zoo.