Yurcik told the Daily Sun that she brought the fawn to the spot where he'd been taken and wiped him down with a wet towel, hoping his mother would find him and accept him back. Sure enough, in the evening she did return to reclaim her baby. Days later, they were spotted again together.
While the fawn's story has a happy ending, things may be different for the naive tourists; they'll likely be cited for what they did.
In a post online, park officials say incidents like this one are an ongoing problem, and that hopefully others will learn:
"Even though people have the best intentions, it is best to leave wildlife in their natural habitat."