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Jun 28th, 2024

Help Cupid Heal!

Cupid is suffering from a large wound on his back that can’t heal without your help, and we have several other cats and kittens in care who need extended veterinary attention. Will you help them heal?

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Wildlife

Jan 12th, 2024

Risks of Rodenticides in Raptors and Other Wildlife

Rodenticides and wildlife – potent toxins used for a deadly purpose that can lead to lethal consequences for non-target animals. Read about how they affect various species.

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Wildlife

Jan 11th, 2024

If You Find a Bat in Your House

Do you know what to do if you find a bat in your house? DCHS's Wildlife Center shares what steps to take and offers tips to prevent exposure to keep you, your pet, and the bats safe.

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Wildlife

Dec 29th, 2023

Unique Fox Species Admitted to DCHS's Wildlife Center

A unique animal was admitted to DCHS's Wildlife Center in October – a juvenile Gray Fox showing neurologic symptoms. Rehabilitators were cautiously optimistic, hoping it wasn't distemper.

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Wildlife How to Help

Nov 28th, 2023

Special Species Update: Teddy the Domestic Fox

DCHS's Wildlife Center shares an update about Teddy the domestic fox.

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Wildlife

Nov 6th, 2023

DCHS's Wildlife Center Updates: Unique Wildlife Species

Mammal, reptile, and waterfowl admissions have increased since early October, in addition to various bird species. Read about some of our avian patients who were released in time for fall migration.

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Wildlife

Nov 6th, 2023

Photographing Our Wild Patients

How does DCHS's Wildlife Center get so many amazing photos of patients in rehabilitation? Sarah Karls, Senior Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator, and volunteer Lesley Haven discuss what it takes.

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