Pets in the Community : Wildlife

headshot of an eagle who received help from a wildlife rehabilitator
Finding a licensed wildlife rehabilitator near you is the best way to help a baby bird who's fallen out of the nest, a squ...Read More
rescued wild grasshopper mouse on a blanket
In wildlife rescue, often time is of the essence to have a successful outcome....Read More
Baby cottontail rabbit at wildlife rehabilitation center
Wildlife rescue requires a person to be able to assess the situation to determine whether they need to intervene to help a wild animal....Read More
multiple community cats outdoors amid wildlife
 Trap-neuter-vaccinate-return (TNVR) is a common-sense, cost-effective solution for managing populations of community cats (i.e., unow...Read More
Injured bird who has been receiving care from a licensed wildlife rehabilitator
If you've found an injured bird in your yard or while out and about, quick action can mean the difference between life and death....Read More
Baby western king birds who were rescued and rehabilitated
If you've found a baby bird on the ground, you’ll need to know two things to determine whether the bird needs help: whether the bird is injured and whether the bird is a ne...Read More