Last week we spotted two does on our property, both of which were limping quite badly. We could only see them with binoculars, so I don't have any other details other than that when both of them tried to walk, their hindquarters would drop toward ground, though they never fell down. I realized this is a primary symptom of Chronic Wasting Disease, so I'm wondering if any of you who are familiar with the CWD problem could advise me as to whether it would be the right thing to do to report the animals to the game warden. I realize that they may have been hit by a car or they might be carrying around some lead in their legs, but the fact that there were two together showing the same signs has me wondering. I don't want to disrupt the whole circle of life thing, knowing these lame does will probably be food for the coyotes who also like to stalk my broilers. On the other hand, I want to preserve the health of the deer population, and I do know how contagious CWD is among the deer. I'm also not too keen to call the state in unless I really need them or if I'm doing something for the greater good. So what would you do--call the warden or leave it be?