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
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
Thank you Righi's Redemption Center and the people that donated their returnables to NY Wildlife Rescue Center. Do business local. Donate local. Thank you all. --Wes and all of us at NYWRC
Some late April rescues being cared for by Kelly.
The Common or Virginia Opossum, Didelphis virginiana, is the only marsupial currently in existence in North America.
Red squirrels have boundless energy, and are a challenge to raise once they're big enough to climb out of the nest.
Newest arrivals. 3 Squirrels that lost their tree. I rabbit that got brought home by a dog.
Babies are showing up already. These little Cottontail Rabbits were brought in on April 5th, 2020.
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