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  Orphaned Animals
 

Baby Songbirds

  Baby Waterfowl
  See a Baby Deer
  Feed a Baby Deer
  Baby Rabbits
  Baby Mammals
  Conibear Trap
  Leghold Trap
 
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First Aid for Wild Animals

Following are some first aid techniques for wildlife; use them freely for your own education and at your own discretion and responsibility.

Wildlife Watch /
Rehabilitator Hotline:

877-WILD-HELP
( 877-945-3435 )

 

Helping Orphaned Wildlife

Feeding Song Birds
 

Feeding Waterfowl

Feeding Small Mammals

 Feeding Rabbits
   



What to do when you see a fawn
(baby deer)


Feeding Deer
 

Open a Leghold Trap

Open a ConibearTrap

After giving first aid, be sure to release the animals to a rehabber so that they are taught self-sufficiency in the wild.

We thank Ingrid Ilkiw , Marilyn Leybra, and wildlife rehabilitators everywhere for all that they do for wildlife. We thank Ingrid especially for her willingness to share her day and her recipes.

To contact Ingrid, write or call Wildlife Warriors, 845-728-2148.

Wildlife Watch welcomes your proven techniques and recipes. Please e-mail text to wildwatch@verizon.net and send photos to POB 562, New Paltz, NY 12561 we cannot accept attachments. Although most of our calls are from several NY counties, we never know where the next call will come from, so if you would like to be on our wildlife expert list, please notify us.

Wildlife Watch /
Rehabilitator Hotline:

877-WILD-HELP
( 877-945-3435 )


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