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Tips For Preventing "Human-Made" Orphans

Keep your cat indoors - always

Keep your dog under your care and control when it is on your property, and leashed when it is not.

Check tree branches for nests before pruning - don't prune during wildlife birthing season

Check the grass for rabbit nests before mowing

Educate children to respect young wild animals and to leave them alone

Install chimney caps, vent covers, and window well covers to prevent animals from nesting in them or becoming trapped

Leave healthy young wild animals where you find them and call a wildlife rehabilitator for advice on what to do

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Disclaimer:  The advice found on these pages is NOT intended as a do it yourself guide.  All native wildlife needs to be in the skilled hands of a licensed wildlife rehabilitator,  and any medical care must be provided by licensed veterinarians.

If you have an emergency with an injured wild animal, contact your local animal control or humane society for immediate assistance.  

This page last updated 11/27/2012 02:01 AM