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NEW ARRIVALS

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

BABY ARMADILLO.

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...

BABY GOPHER TORTOISE.. VERY SMALL (NOTE GRAPES NEXT TO HEAD) HAS LOST ONE FOOT, BUT SHOULD BE ABLE TO BE RELEASED WITH NO PROBLEM
BLUE HERON - QUITE AGGRESSIVE WHEN BEING FED!

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.

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