Chicks, calves, cubs, kittens, and kits. Pups, poults, shoats, goslings, and fawns. Nature's renewal process is giving birth to all kinds of wildlife and there is something important you can do to help: Nothing.
Don't get involved. Wild babies that are found alone are rarely abandoned, but human scent on them can endanger them. A parent is usually nearby, perhaps resting or eating, and watching. Remove yourself and enjoy watching from afar.
One exception to the don't-touch rule is with baby birds that have fallen from their nests. Use a paper towel to handle them when returning them to the nests, and they might not be rejected by the parents.