Monthly Archives: April 2021

A few days ago…

I got in four pinky squirrel babies only two to three inches long with eyes and noses not yet formed.  Their noses only were two holes through which to breathe.  I started by making sure they were warm.  That is most important for squirrel babies, keeping them warm.  They can go for a while without […]

Stop and Think before You Touch a Wild Animal

The best option for a wild animal is to learn normal behavior from members of its own species. Sights, sounds, and smells from people and domestic animals can highly stress a wild animal, potentially causing it harm or death. Wild animals have complex nutritional needs that are not easily met in captivity. Possessing, owning, controlling, […]