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Wild animals for neighbors? How to Co-Exist with native animals around your home.
Native Animal Rescue of Santa Cruz County shares tips on dealing with some common wild animals that live near people.
These can also be applied anywhere you might live near a forest or open area prone to raccoons, skunks, opossums, squirrels, and creatures that like to get into your garbage, gardens, or make their homes under your house.
Native Animal Rescue also teaches basic rescue guidelines for what to do if you come across an injured animal, who to contact and, how to care for the animal yourself or as the name suggests, provides sanctuary and care to injured or orphaned animals until they are able to be released.
This is a wonderful non profit organization who’s goal is to care for animals and educate humans on care and respect for all animals.
Follow them on Facebook and instagram and visit nativeanimalrescue.org to find out how you can get involved.
The Island Cats says
We had 3 raccoons and a hawk in our yard yesterday! Not at the same time. 😉
Dezi and Lexi says
Pawsum posty. Weez have a lot of wild animals where we live and we coexist purretty well. Cute fotos too. Have a pawsum day.
Dezi and Lexi
L. E. Mastilock says
Glad you’ve been getting along with your wild neighbors
Jenna Hughson says
Wow, this is so cool!!!!
ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!