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Silver-haired Bat woken from torpor prematurely [1%]
Dec. 30, 2012: Our care center has taken in another winged creature, but this time around it’s a mammal! This healthy Silver-haired Bat was woken up from ...
Young owls and skunks released into wild [1%]
July 31, 2012: The Wildlife Care Center has released several animals back into the wild recently, including a group of young skunks and four Barn Owls.
Baby skunks and owls [1%]
June 15, 2012: This week, the care center is hosting an incredible 22 baby skunks. Three Barn Owlets were also brought in after being found in an alfalfa bale.
Chipmunk siblings [1%]
June 6, 2012: Three baby chipmunk siblings were brought to the care center in late May after being cornered by a dog.
Screech Owl and chipmunk [1%]
May 16, 2012: One hopeful story, one uncertain: A chipmunk recently taken in by the care center should be fine after it has surgery on its injured tail, but a ...
Audubon rescues beaver with unusual hip condition [1%]
April 23, 2015: A small but solid young beaver spent a few weeks in the Wildlife Care Center this spring after she became stuck in an outdoor fountain in ...
Learning to live alongside skunks [1%]
July 9, 2014: The Audubon Society of Portland is currently caring for 23 baby skunks that were orphaned when their mothers were either shot or killed in traps.
Baby mammal bonanza [1%]
The Wildlife Care Center is bursting at the seams with baby animals, including a host of mammals – so far this spring, we’ve taken in dozens of baby rabbits, ...
A Mountain Beaver Heads Back to the Woods [1%]
In September, an injured Aplodontia was brought to the Wildlife Care Center for treatment. The animal suffered from abrasions on its feet and was observed ...
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