article by Elizabeth Trickey, images by Jen Howard The cool weather is upon us. Winter is coming. What’s happening with our wildlife friends? Will they tough out the blowing snow, retreat to warmer climates, or find a place to hunker
For our September issue, Jen Howard gives us an update on the animals in our care, and the ones that have been released! There is no greater joy in a wildlife rehabber’s heart than when an animal has been successfully
by Elizabeth Trickey, assorted pics by author, Jennifer Howard and Angela van Breemen Approx. 3 minute read Some critters really like, and need, the hot weather. For anyone who owns a cat (I know, cats own you!), they always nap
by Elizabeth Trickey So many animals, so little time to get to know them all…. Those who study and work with wildlife learn all about where and how they live, get to know their habits, and are sometimes quite amazed
Not all birds fly south in the winter, not all mammals hibernate, and not all humans embrace the winter months. Some of us look forward to the snow and cooler climate.