Native Animal Rescue

Native Animal Rescue

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Santa Cruz, CA / Native Animal Rescue (NAR) is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife. We are a community of expert
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Zoe and Eve Egan observe the newest fawn to be transferred from Native Animal Rescue to the new outdoor enclosure in the Santa Cruz Mountains where a volunteer with raise her till she's ready to be released.

Zoe and Eve Egan observe the newest fawn to be transferred from Native Animal Rescue to the new outdoor enclosure in the Santa Cruz Mountains where a volunteer with raise her till she's ready to be released.

These two rescued fawns are a few days away from being transferred to a home-rehabber who will raise them in a large outdoor enclosure until they are ready to be released back into the wild. The enclosure, on a mountain ridge, is next to an established deer trail. (IMG_9652)

These two rescued fawns are a few days away from being transferred to a home-rehabber who will raise them in a large outdoor enclosure until they are ready to be released back into the wild. The enclosure, on a mountain ridge, is next to an established deer trail. (IMG_9652)

A newly arrived baby skunk rests in its enclosure at NAR.

A newly arrived baby skunk rests in its enclosure at NAR.

This baby Stripped Skunk will be rehabilitated by a Native Animal Rescue volunteer and then released back into the wild once she's matured.

This baby Stripped Skunk will be rehabilitated by a Native Animal Rescue volunteer and then released back into the wild once she's matured.

Playing in their pool is the best.

Playing in their pool is the best.

This orphaned raccoon reaches up to the volunteer who is raising it along with four others until they are mature enough to be released into the wild.

This orphaned raccoon reaches up to the volunteer who is raising it along with four others until they are mature enough to be released into the wild.

These five unrelated orphaned raccoons are being cared for by a volunteer of Native Animal Rescue until they are mature enough to be released back into the wild.

These five unrelated orphaned raccoons are being cared for by a volunteer of Native Animal Rescue until they are mature enough to be released back into the wild.

These five unrelated orphaned raccoons are being cared for by a volunteer of Native Animal Rescue until they are mature enough to be released back into the wild.

These five unrelated orphaned raccoons are being cared for by a volunteer of Native Animal Rescue until they are mature enough to be released back into the wild.

Brown Pelicans resting in the flight cage at Native Animal Rescue.

Brown Pelicans resting in the flight cage at Native Animal Rescue.