Have you found a baby animal? Is
there an animal in your attic, under your step, in your chimney,
eating your garden?
I Have a Wildlife Problem
Tips for Spring
Orphaned Wildlife Care
How to help Orphaned
Wildlife (Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary brochure)
Wildlife Rehabilitation Information (IWRC)
Locate a Wildlife Rehabilitator in your area
Important! Check potential caregivers out very carefully - ask them how the animal will be taken care of and make sure it won't be euthanized or turned over for research purposes.
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the issues and talk about things you can do to help,
please visit the WildlifeOntario Messageboard.
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