Watching out for wildlife: Caring for squirrels

Caring for injured or orphaned squirrels

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Some of us living in areas with a lot of wildlife wonder what to do if we find injured or orphaned animals. There are resources and animal lovers who volunteer to help injured wildlife.

DonnDonna and one of her furry friends. a Green-Townsend is one of those animals lovers…especially squirrels.

 
 

Donna talks about her love and care of injured and orphaned squirrels:

 

You can reach the Wildlife Helpline from the Florida Wildlife Care Center Donna mentioned at 352-371-4400 or click the link for more information.

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2 thoughts on “Watching out for wildlife: Caring for squirrels

  1. cation25

    A very cool idea for an interview and some great pics to go along with it. As one who loves those little creatures, I think this is important for people who may come across an injured squirrel. Thanks for this great piece!

    Reply

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