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When rescuing ANY wild animal, ALWAYS ensure the safety of the rescuer(s) and ALWAYS use gloves or a towel to handle wildlife.

DO NOT PROVIDE FOOD OR WATER TO INJURED OR ORPHANED ANIMALS. Each species has its own unique nutritional requirements and many of these animals have sustained injuries that require attention. The BEST thing that you can do for an injured or orphaned wild animal is to bring it to a rehabilitator as soon as you have found it.

All wildlife are protected under state and federal laws and can only be treated by licensed wildlife rehabilitators. It takes years of training to become a licensed wildlife rehabilitator and we are capable of providing the specialized care required to treat injured and orphaned wildlife. If you are interested in becoming a licensed wildlife rehabilitator in Pennsylvania, please visit www.pawr.com. If you are interested in becoming a licensed wildlife rehabilitator in Connecticut, please visit www.cwrawildlife.org.

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