Always be sure that a wild baby you find does need to be rescued before taking it away. There are many different wildlife species who will leave their babies alone for the majority of the day to help keep predators away. So just because you don’t see mom or dad around, that doesn’t mean that they aren’t still caring for their baby.

We release wildlife once the animal is ready. There are many different steps we take to make sure wildlife is ready to be release. Once Wildlife is ready to be released we have pre-chosen areas perfect for each type of animal to live out a natural life.

If you find an injured baby and have questions, please be sure to contact a local wildlife rehabilitator asap.

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