Wildwoods Wildlife Rehabilitation

Wildwoods Wildlife Rehabilitation

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Duluth, MN, USA / Wildwoods is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to the rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife, and to the reconciliation of man and animal through
Wildwoods Wildlife Rehabilitation
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House Rabbit Connection, a rabbit rescue organization that serves Connecticut and western Massachusetts

Squirrels as Pets: A Really Bad Idea

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Popular Science: "Foxes do not make good pets"

You can own a fox, depending on your state

This film from 3M is visible to birds outside, but provides and unobstructed view from inside.

Feather Friendly are little squares for your window that you space 2 inches apart.

Volunteer with Wildwoods! Get hands on experience under the supervision of trained staff members.

Volunteer with Wildwoods! Get hands on experience under the supervision of trained staff members.

You've found a bird on the ground that you think might need help. What should you do?

You've found a bird on the ground that you think might need help.

You've found a squirrel that you think needs help. What should you do?

You've found a squirrel that you think needs help.