When wild animals become orphaned, or are injured, they are taken care of by wildlife rehabilitators.  Come and visit a patient and find out what happens to some of the animals who need to be cared for.


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Patient: raccoon kit
Age: 14 days
Rehabilitator: Pat Isaacs, ARC, SC
Diagnosis: Orphaned.  Dehydrated, Pneumonia.
Prognosis: Uncertain.
Comment: Found by young boy (Desi) and dad.
 

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Do you want to know more about what wildlife rehabilitators do? Then Visit a Centre.

To learn what you can do to help wildlife and keep the animals safe, go to Living with Wildlife, or read The Natural Enquirer to find out some of the things that are being done to safeguard nature.