Adopt An Animal
You can help provide urgent care for wildlife by “adopting” an animal. This symbolic adoption will help cover the cost of rehabilitation for an animal like the one you have chosen. For each animal adopted, you will receive a colorful packet containing a certificate, a large photo of the animal, its story and a natural history of the species.
You can give a second chance to an orphaned and injured animal. Adopt one for yourself or as a gift to a friend today!
Peep – Wood Duckling
Peep was caught by a cat when she was following her Mom and brother and sisters to a pond.
Emerald – Rufous Hummingbird
Emerald was cold and weak and her feathers were all sticky when she was found stuck in a decorative hummingbird feeder.
Squiggle, Wriggle and Wiggle – Northern Flying Squirrels
These young squirrels were tiny, pink babies when their nest tree was cut down.
Silent – Saw Whet Owl
This tiny owl was hit by a car and had a broken wing.
Strike – Sharp-shinned Hawk
This young hawk had a serious head injury after hitting a window.
Squawk – Northern Flicker
A dog grabbed this young woodpecker when he was just learning to fly.
Kronk – Great Blue Heron
He was just a few weeks old and was a ball of grey down with huge feet when he fell from his nest high in a tree.
Splish, Splash and Dash – River Otters
They were tiny kits when they were removed from under a house where their mother had made her den.
Selkie – Harbor Seal Pup
Selkie was only a few days old when she was found alone on the beach. She was weak and thin and had wounds from being attacked by a dog.
Aguila – Bald Eagle
This adult female Bald Eagle had eaten a poisoned rodent and was very weak and sick when she was brought to Wolf Hollow.