March gave us a wonderful first day of spring. The sun was shining, sort of mild, and the plants were sprouting and animal admissions kept coming. The babies started coming in early this year. Let’s see what animal updates I can
Wildlife Selfies Cause Harm – Please Keep Wildlife WILD!
Coauthors: Kylee Hinde and Angela van Breemen, photo by Jennifer Howard The goal of wildlife rehabilitation is to rehabilitate wildlife and release them back to their natural habitat. This should go without saying, but, now and again, we get unusual
Animal Updates for November
by Jennifer Howard Procyon fawns On November 29th we released several fawns and we have a few more almost ready to go free in a few weeks. Raised from tiny wee babes. They are being fed in their travel crates