This is how to determine a squirrel’s age (stop at 7:04). This is excellent about feeding (start at 1:20, watch to end).
Spring is just around the corner and for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release (WR&R) that means hundreds of wild baby animals will soon need our help. Some animals, such as owls, hummingbirds, and squirrels, already have young. This article is a … Continued
by Bev Myers Small Mammal Rehabber Western Gray Squirrels are common. They can be pests. But, they are so cute! “Chainsaw” and his brother came to us early in July. Both victims of a chainsaw that went right through the … Continued
for “Miracle”, the Barn Owl by Kim Franza WR&R takes dozens of barn owls into care each year. Many are nestlings and fledglings and a few are injured adults. This spring, WR&R volunteer and raptor rehabber, Adam Gertsen, was on … Continued
Several community members have found sick Pine Siskins at their feeder. Unfortunately, those brought to the songbird team have not survived. According to Janice Barbary, Pine Siskins are very susceptible to salmonella and usually die within 24 hours of exposure. … Continued
Final Songbird Tweets for the 2017 Season Kathleen Willis, IC Director reports that there were over 260 songbirds treated at the Intake Center this year. Finch from Truckee Carrie Smith found a finch in Truckee needing care. … Continued
Special thanks to Prospector’s Nursery for providing a gorgeous venue; Three Times Through for the delightful music; Lucchesi Vineyards for their fabulous wines & Wild Birds Unlimited for their ongoing support! Additionally, the community card programs at SPD & Holiday Markets contributed major funding for the wonderful food, as did … Continued
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release is holding a yard sale Saturday, July 8, at 115 Independence Court, Grass Valley, from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm to help pay for the care and treatment of injured or orphaned wildlife. A young orphaned … Continued