A letter of thanks from Milton

Dear Turkey Fairy, Thanksgiving is almost here and I wanted to tell you what I am thankful for this year. I am most thankful that someone found me and brought me to Second Chances. Even though I couldn’t be returned to the wild, someone kept me and loves me...
Why trapping and relocating wildlife does not work

Why trapping and relocating wildlife does not work

WHY TRAPPING & RELOCATING WILDLIFE DOES NOT WORK: Just yesterday, I had 2 calls wanting us to take a raccoon that was trapped on their property. This is where educations is the most important key we have. 1. You could be making babies become orphans. Mom could...
Endangered animals in Chinese herbs

Endangered animals in Chinese herbs

Are Endangered Animals in Chinese Herbs? By Dr. Narda Robinson If you’re like most animal lovers, you care about animals around the globe in addition to your own. This probably extends to those kept in cages for life and exploited for their bodily fluids, or...

What is wildlife rehabilitation?

The goal of wildlife rehabilitation is to provide professional care to sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals so ultimately they can be returned to their natural habitat. Wild animals that sustain injuries or illnesses preventing them from living successfully in the...
New information on WNS, July 2013

New information on WNS, July 2013

Scientists identify key fungal species that help explain mysteries of white nose syndrome Published: Thursday, July 25, 2013 – 20:02 in Biology & Nature Dan Lindner, U.S. Forest Service Dan Lindner, U.S. Forest Service U.S. Forest Service researchers have...
We need a more Conscious America!

We need a more Conscious America!

I had visited Alberta, Canada once before, about 10 years ago. I had forgotten how impressed I was with their good environmental choices until my most recent visit back. Just last night I returned once again from Alberta: specifically, Edmonton, Calgary, and the Banff...