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The Wildlife Rescue Center rehabilitates sick, injured, and orphaned native wildlife and releases healthy animals to their natural habitat. Through educational outreach the Center provides environmental awareness, promotes a harmonious relationship with native wildlife, and encourages the community to protect our delicate ecosystems. 

Please call (636) 394-1880: if you have found an animal that has obvious injuries or illness. Do not give any food or water as this can be harmful to the animal. Don't be a kidnapper: finding a young animal alone does not necessarily mean it needs "help" from a human. Wild babies are sometimes left alone while their parent(s) look for food. 

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  Wild, wild life: Busy baby season keeps St. Louis rescuers scurrying

"May and June are the busiest months of the year for this nonprofit facility, a time of year when cottontail rabbits multiply like, well, rabbits, and when baby seasons for other critters align.

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Wildlife Rescue Center In Ballwin Sees Recent Surge In Creaturely Patients

"Last year, the Wildlife Rescue Center located in Ballwin, Missouri, saw a significant uptick in the number of patients it cared for: Some 3,500 creatures got assistance from the center’s small staff and army of volunteers over the course of 2020."

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Wildlife Rescuers Scramble To Care For Baby Animals During Pandemic

"Wildlife rescuers in St. Louis are gearing up for the springtime influx of orphaned animals, as baby birds, squirrels and rabbits begin arriving in droves. But this year, the coronavirus pandemic is forcing organizations to make major changes to keep staff and volunteers from getting sick."

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