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Babies Are Coming

As hard as we, work, however, even the best wildlife rehabilitator cannot raise a young animal as well as its natural parents. The birds and mammals we release, after hand-rearing, go out into the world with a lack of education. We do our best to make sure they can feed themselves, care for themselves, protect themselves, but in truth, only their biological parents can do that with any real guarantee.

Eagle News (and a happy ending)

As we shared on Facebook the other day, this young Bald Eagle was found in emaciated condition and with an injured wing by one of our good neighbors in Middleburgh. Thanks to the dedication of our volunteers, the Eagle is now at Cornell, undergoing treatment. Think good thoughts for this young bird, who is in … Continue reading Eagle News (and a happy ending)

Arrivals on May 23rd

From Wes:Newest Arrivals. 3 baby Robins that should have never been disturbed. A starling and a mole. Baby opossums. Mom hit by car. The little Robins would have fledged (left the nest for good) within a short time, with a little patience. Instead, the nest was removed. Their chances of surviving in the wild have … Continue reading Arrivals on May 23rd

May 22nd Patients

The creatures in need continue to come in. Please think about supporting our mission with a donation. Thank you to the many friends who have already helped. From Wes:Newest Arrivals. I red squirrel vs car. One fawn that really lost her mother.. Orphaned fawnOrphaned fawnClipped by a car; red squirrelAnother picture of the porcupine baby … Continue reading May 22nd Patients

New Arrivals, May 19th & 20th

We've had quite an inflow of patients in the last couple of days. If you would like to help, please click the Donate button on this page. If you prefer to send a check as a donation, that can go to New York Wildlife Rescue Center, PO Box 410, Middleburgh, NY 12122. From May 19th: … Continue reading New Arrivals, May 19th & 20th