Wildlife Patient Stories

Rescued Baby Opossums

Thirteen year old Claire was walking to school when she noticed an opossum lying on the side of the road. Being an animal lover, Claire went over to investigate. To her surprise, there was more than one opossum on the roadside that morning- the larger one she had already spotted, and a tiny baby opossum,…

Common Murres

Starving seabirds receive help at WildCare In 2014, WildCare’s Wildlife Hospital admitted a total of 34 Common Murres– a black and white seabird native to our area, but rarely seen due to their pelagic (ocean-going) nature. But in the first two weeks of September alone, the Wildlife Hospital admitted 33 Common Murres, and more are…