Wildlife Rehabilitation Intakes

Each year, we volunteer our time and resources helping dozens of orphaned and/or injured wild animals in need. The ultimate goal is always to release our New York-native wildlife back into nature.

 

Here's a preview of some of our intakes. We try to update this page regularly, however, our schedule can get a little crazy when we're busy filling hungry bellies and simultaneously balancing "real life" responsibilities: Be sure to follow our social media pages for updates about our wildlife intakes!

Current Wildlife Under Our Care:

White-Tailed Deer

  • Fawns, orphaned for various reasons. (top Cause of distress is mother doe being hit by a vehicle)

  • intake Dates varying May-August

  • Current fawn Intake count: 8

Red Fox

  • Kit visited residence daily to eat cat food, no mom in sight, too young to be on his own. homeowner trapped

  • intake Date 5/6/2020

  • Male, Names Given by sponsor: "Finster"

  • UpDate - Released

Red Fox

  • Lactating mother hit by a car, kit trapped by animal control

  • intake Date 5/11/2020

  • Female, Name Given by sponsor: "Peach"

  • UpDate - Released

Red Fox

  • Lactating mother hit by a car

  • intake Date 4/26/2020

  • 2 Males, 1 Female, Names Given by sponsors: "Ricky", "Dami", "Danny"

  • UpDate - Released

Red Fox

  • Caught In trap, set to be killed until rescuers stepped in

  • intake Date 4/20/2020

  • Male, Name Given by sponsor: "Rubio"

  • UpDate - Released

Eastern Cottontail

  • Dog disturbance 

  • intake Date 4/11/2020

  • 3 Intakes

  • UpDate - Released

Red Fox

  • Trapped by a Property owner who wanted foxes removed from property. His rescuer intervened before he was "disposed of".

  • intake Date 5/3/2020

  • Male, Name given by sponsor: "Ford Fox"

  • UpDate - Released 

Gray Squirrel

  • Tree removal, nest destroyed

  • intake Date 4/1/2020

  • 3 Intakes (2 males, 1 female)

  • Names given by sponsor: "Harry", "Ron", and "Hermione"

  • UpDate - Released

Eastern Cottontail

  • Lawn mower accident, nest unable to be located post-accident

  • intake Date 4/12/2020

  • 3 Intakes

  • UpDate - Released

Other Past Wildlife Rehabilitation Intakes:

Here are a few examples of intakes that we've cared for in the past, whom are now living their best life where they belong: in the wild.

Red Fox

       BEFORE                                                                                        AFTER

Flying Squirrel

Cottontail Rabbit

Opossum

Red Squirrel

                BEFORE                                                                                        AFTER

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