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Wildfires Can Also Mean Injured Wildlife

Because of the wildfires, you might find yourself in a situation where you find injured wildlife. A local animal welfare group wants you to call them if that happens. Ann Westling is a volunteer with Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release…

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Westling says you really shouldn’t touch the animals, but if you encounter an injured bird, you should put it in an appropriate size boxwith small airholes in the lid, and line the box with crumpled paper towels to support the bird, and keep it quiet. You should not give the bird, or any animal, any food or water…

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Their number is (530) 432-5522.


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