Keep in touch here with new animals at our Rescue Center...
THE BIRD ON THE LEFT IS AN UNUSUAL RESCUE.
IT IS A "LEUCISTIC" HAWK,
WHICH MEANS THERE IS A GENETIC ABNORMALITY WHICH GIVES
IT A MOSTLY LIGHT COLOR, (BUT IT IS NOT AN ALBINO).
BOX OF BABY BIRDS - 17 NEW ARRIVALS
READ MORE ABOUT THIS NEW RESCUE
ON THE "ANIMAL OF THE MONTH" PAGE
PELICANS - MANY OF THE WATER BIRDS WE
RECEIVE HAVE FISHING LINE WRAPPED AROUND
THEIR BEAKS, LEGS OR WINGS. (PLEASE
RETRIEVE AND UNUSED LINE FOR PROPER DISPOSAL!)
WE NOW HAVE 4 BABY RIVER OTTERS.
THIS ONE IS HAVING AN EASY AFTERNOON...
This baby river otter was rescued recently - a bundle of energy!
This little baby racoon was stuck in a down spout which had to be cut away in order to rescue her. Her eyes are still closed. 4/1 - Eyes opened today!
3 little-girl squirrels came in from Beverly Hills after a home owner had all trees removed in his yard. Mom never returned to recover her babies, probably a first-time mom untrained enough to move her young to another tree. They are under one week old but very healthy.
Sometimes it's best not to intervene.
2 "brancher" (pre-flight) great horn owls found on ground . We advised to not intervene and allow mom to care for her charges. It worked, by nightfall both babies were successfully returned to their nest.