Shelter & Rescue Work

Eagle who received help from a wildlife rehabilitator
The best way to help a baby bird that’s fallen out of his nest, a squirrel that’s been hit by a car, a crow that seems unable to fly, or any other form of wildlife, is to c...Read More
Grasshopper mouse on a blanket
Before attempting to rescue any wild animal, please see the resource “Wild Animal Rescue: Helping...Read More
Baby cottontail rabbit at rehabilitation
Every year, many thousands of young wild animals are “rescued” by kind people wanting to help them. Unfortunately, many of these young animals do not need to be rescued....Read More
Hand on a boxer mix dog
Creating Safe, Humane Communities for People and Pets Table of contents Introduction...Read More
Injured baby songbird who has been receiving care from a licensed wildlife rehabilitator
Is the bird an adult, a baby or a fledgling? If you have found a songbird who appears to be a baby (e.g., seems young and healthy but is not flying), please see “...Read More
Colony of multiple community cats
  Trap-neuter-return (TNR) is a common-sense, cost-effective solution for managing populations of unowned, free-roaming cats (sometim...Read More
Baby western king birds who were rescued and rehabilitated
If you find a baby songbird on the ground, you’ll need to know two things to determine whether or not the baby bird needs help....Read More