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It was the last thing she expected to find in her backyard. But when a San Anselmo homeowner began pulling out her overgrown ivy, she uncovered a tiny bobcat kitten looking up at her – terror in her big round eyes.
Once she was at WildCare, our medical team quickly determined this little kitten was healthy but dehydrated and hungry....
Watch these young raccoons return to the wild in the video above! The release team set up the camera, opened
the kennels and then backed off to watch the fun. Once the young raccoons had made their way into the woods,
the team retrieved the kennels. Video by Shelly Ross....
Photo by Chris Coughlin
Late fall is the time of year that WildCare’s Living with Wildlife Hotline 415-456-7283 sees a spike in the number of calls about Wild Turkeys.
Probably the main reason for this is that all of this year’s young turkeys have grown up, but many are still with their natal flocks, meaning that there are more turkeys together in an individual area at this time of year. As the season progresses, the...
Ah, the sweet smell of strawberry jam. If you’re a hungry skunk, that scent would be very hard to resist!
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