Every day new patients arrive at our facility. In an effort to tell their story of survival and highlight the diverse number of species that we rehabilitate, we highlight a new patient each week. Some of these are individuals, others are orphaned siblings. As their cases progress - we will update the outcome - our hope is that many, many of these patients are released!
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These two were recovered after their nest fell to the ground. One sibling did not survive. They are in good condition and we appreciate the family that drove them over from eastern Washington to get... Read More
He was found alone on the ground after falling from a 5 story building. After two hours with no parents sited, he was rescued and brought to us. A bit dehydrated but otherwise healthy. Status: Re... Read More
These baby birds were displaced when a tree was taken down. They are all healthy and eating well. Status: Released Read More
He fell from the nest and came in a couple of weeks ago. He will be with us as he continues to develop and learns to fly and hunting skills.
As we approach the July 4th weekend, please remember... Read More
We have opossums of all sizes! The adult was rescued from a dumpster where he was likely injured by a trash truck. The others are orphaned babies in our mammal nursery. Status: Released Read More
He was found in Darrington sitting in a field and was unable to fly off. He is emaciated and his prognosis is guarded. Emaciated patients can often die from the severity of the starvation complication... Read More
These four arrived on 5/31 after they were found in a woodpile. They were left for a while to see if mom would return, but sadly she did not. They will be with us until they are big enough to be in th... Read More
there are currently 9 of these in our care. They are all doing well and eating LOTS of mice! The cost to feed just these nine patients is $80/day. Your donations help make it possible for us to care f... Read More
She was brought to us over the weekend after her mother was hit by a car. She is learning to take a bottle and soon will be trained to use a bottle rack. Our staff wear disguises to camouflage themsel... Read More
He was found alone stuck in a ravine and crying. He is now in our care and waiting for some buddies! We generally get several orphaned coyote pups each spring. One year we had 25 of them! He is eating... Read More