Fires may start easily and spread quickly but there will be minimal involvement of deeper fuel layers or larger fuels.
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IF YOU ENCOUNTER A DEER
Deer are wild animals; you should never approach deer, especially those with young, as they become aggressive, although this is rare. Laying their ears back is a sign of aggression. If a deer displays this behavior, slowly and quietly move away from the animal, while keeping an eye on it to see if its behavior changes. Try to put obstacles between you and the deer, to block a potential charge. In the unlikely event that you are attacked by a deer, try to stay upright, cover your head with your arms and move to shelter. For more information on reducing the risk of conflicts with white-tailed deer and other wildlife, visit www.manitoba.ca/human-wildlife.