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Pictured are only some of the wildlife we have had in our care.

“Claire”, a Red Tree Squirrel, a.k.a. “Pine Squirrel” being handfed late 2010. Claire was released in Spring of 2011.
“Claire”, a Red Tree Squirrel, a.k.a. “Pine Squirrel” being handfed late 2010. Claire was released in Spring of 2011.
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Baby Beaver
Baby Beaver
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getting ready for his bottle feeding
getting ready for his bottle feeding
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baby bunny being handfed, late 2010. She and her brother will be released Spring 2011
baby bunny being handfed, late 2010. She and her brother will be released Spring 2011
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Uinta Squirrels, home and momma destroyed, released Summer 2010
Uinta Squirrels, home and momma destroyed, released Summer 2010
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Three Baby Marmot Siblings
Baby Beaver swimming
Baby Beaver swimming
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These little chipmunks (7 total), were eyes-closed when discovered too late after returning home from a long camping trip.  Mom had built a nest and given birth inside a camper.
These little chipmunks (7 total), were eyes-closed when discovered too late after returning home from a long camping trip. Mom had built a nest and given birth inside a camper.
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Nova is an orphaned albino porcupine baby saved by WRCNU.  She now calls Willow Park Zoo in Logan Utah home.
Nova is an orphaned albino porcupine baby saved by WRCNU. She now calls Willow Park Zoo in Logan Utah home.
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Northern Flying Squirrel
Baby Beaver
Baby Beaver
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where’s the milk?
where’s the milk?
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Thought of the month
“Man believes he must manage the wilderness for the wilderness’ sake. Wilderness: a perfect example of eons of successful self-management and yet man shall “manage” it to death.”
~Buz Marthaler~