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Baby Birds at WildCare

May 10, 2023 Comments Off on Baby Birds at WildCare

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, and in WildCare’s Birdroom our staff and volunteers have many reasons to appreciate the work that mother (and father!) songbirds do to raise their young.Our…

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Great Horned Owl Reunite

April 28, 2023 Comments Off on Great Horned Owl Reunite

Thank you for visiting this page! WildCare is attempting to reunite a family of Great Horned Owls. Two owlets fell from their nest in the trees above. At this age,…

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First Fawn of 2023 — Reunited!

April 19, 2023 Comments Off on First Fawn of 2023 — Reunited!

Every spring WildCare admits a number of animals, usually fawns and baby jackrabbits, that have been “kidnapped” by well-meaning people who found them alone and assumed they needed help. In…

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Dealing with Avian Influenza in the Wildlife Hospital

April 12, 2023 Comments Off on Dealing with Avian Influenza in the Wildlife Hospital

Watch our team weigh and test one of 12 newly-admitted Mallard ducklings in the video above! You may be wondering about the Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (AKA “Bird Flu” or…

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Baby Great Horned Owl Fallen From Nest

March 29, 2023 Comments Off on Baby Great Horned Owl Fallen From Nest

Just as Wildlife Baby Season starts, the recent chain of historically powerful storms in our region has caused an unprecedented number of downed trees – many of them host to…

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Tiny Baby Brush Rabbit in Care at WildCare

March 14, 2023 Comments Off on Tiny Baby Brush Rabbit in Care at WildCare

Jackrabbits, despite having the word “rabbit” in their name, are actually hares and give birth to precocial young. This means baby jackrabbits open their eyes and can run and jump…

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First Baby Squirrels of 2023

February 22, 2023 Comments Off on First Baby Squirrels of 2023

When the first baby squirrels arrive at WildCare’s Wildlife Hospital in mid-February, we know it’s going to be a busy Baby Season.Usually we admit our first tiny, pink baby squirrels…

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Cedar Waxwing Recovers at WildCare

January 19, 2023 Comments Off on Cedar Waxwing Recovers at WildCare

Migratory Songbirds and Windows This Cedar Waxwing was brought to WildCare after being found on the ground. Cedar Waxwings are migratory songbirds that travel in large flocks. Their high-pitched whistling…

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Internships

January 13, 2023 Comments Off on Internships

Internships at WildCare Wildlife Hospital Internships Wildlife Hospital Internships 2024 Spring/Summer Internships WildCare offers internships in our Wildlife Hospital during the spring and summer months. Interns have the opportunity to…

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Rain-Soaked Patients at WildCare

January 10, 2023 Comments Off on Rain-Soaked Patients at WildCare

Relentless heavy rain takes its toll on wildlife! If we all feel a little tired of being damp after 11+ days of storms, imagine being outside, wearing only feathers or…

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