Wildlife News

WREN Logo


Stanly News & Press

CRYSTAL COCKMAN COLUMN — Wildlife observations
Stanly News & Press
If the deer has a wound, is cold or wet, crying or weak, then it may be time to contact a wildlife rehabilitation center. Only if the fawn is in a dangerous location, such as by a busy road, should the fawn be moved a short distance away to a safe ...



The Herald

What to do when you see that baby bird on the ground? A Fort Mill expert has advice.
The Herald
Often times, the wildlife rehabilitator will take in the animal, care for it, and then perhaps release it back into the wild, if that's appropriate.” Helseth volunteers for Carolina Waterfowl Rescue in Indian Trail, N.C. The rescue is in desperate need ...



Houston Chronicle

Texas State Aquarium doubles down on wildlife rescue, rehabilitation after Harvey
Houston Chronicle
CORPUS CHRISTI — The white and brownish-black bird in the photo was covered in so many cactus spines, Alyssa Barrett could barely make out its coloring, let alone its species. But something about the crook in its beak made her pulse quicken. It looked ...



KTVZ

Sunriver Nature Center & Observatory marks 50 years
KTVZ
It has also served as a wildlife rehabilitation center for over 30 years and responds to calls about injured and orphaned wildlife on a daily basis. The Nature Center has also contributed important research on the threatened Oregon Spotted Frog to the ...



Picayune Item

Day featuring forestry and wildlife hosted in Picayune area
Picayune Item
The event was a day of free activities and demonstrations from various wildlife agencies to teach children and their families about nature. Presentations were given by Jamie Pope from Wild at Heart who spoke about wildlife rehabilitation, Dr. Glenn ...



Superior Telegram

Rescued Douglas County fawn moves on
Superior Telegram
A fawn that was rescued from Douglas County last week has been sent to a wildlife facility in Garrison, Minnesota. "We stabilized her and got her going," said Tara Smith, animal care coordinator for Wildwoods, a nonprofit wildlife rehabilitation ...

Google News

Lost Coast Outpost

DO NOT Cuddle Wild Baby Animals; No Matter How Cute or Helpless They Look, CDFW Says
Lost Coast Outpost
“It is a common mistake to believe a young animal, especially a fawn, has been abandoned when found alone,” said Nicole Carion, CDFW's statewide wildlife rehabilitation coordinator. “But even if the mother has not been observed in the area for a long ...

and more »

Winston-Salem Journal

2 baby otters orphaned when mom hit by car recovering at NC Zoo (Video)
Winston-Salem Journal
The female pups, approximately 6 weeks old, are at the zoo's Valerie H. Schindler Wildlife Rehab Center. On April 23, a person contacted the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission after observing the orphaned otters near Engelhard in Hyde County. Wildlife ...
Orphaned otter pups rehabbing at NC ZooAsheboro Courier Tribune
NC Zoo Caring For Two Orphaned River Otter Pups After Mom Hit By CarWFMYNews2.com

all 4 news articles »

KRCRTV.COM

Dept. of Fish and Wildlife reminds the public to leave young wildlife alone
KRCRTV.COM
"It is a common mistake to believe a young animal, especially a fawn, has been abandoned when found alone," Nicole Carion, CDFW's statewide wildlife rehabilitation coordinator said. "But even if the mother has not been observed in the area for a long ...

and more »

'Tis the season doe hide their fawns near people
Stanly News & Press
Dr. Karen Saintsing, a wildlife veterinarian for Blue Ridge Wildlife Rehabilitation (BRWR), further explained that a doe uses her chin to place a fawn at a specific location. “The mother usually picks the spot for her fawn,” Saintsing said. “Many times ...


Pages