Promoting the understanding of nature and the protection of wildlife
Found an Animal?
Let us help you through the process...
Opossums breed twice a year, and babies can be found from February – September. An average litter contains 8 to 13 babies.
Rabbits nest from March through September and can have a litter every 28 days. The average litter contains four to five babies.
Chipmunks are often caught by cats or dogs, or they may survive being hit by a car. These animals need to be rescued.
It is common to encounter baby birds in the spring and summer. As the little birds learn to fly, they spend a lot of time on the ground.
Gray squirrels nest twice a year, in late winter and summer. They commonly have litters of three or four pups.
We only endorse humane and well-informed wildlife specialists in the Triangle area.
Fawns are born April – July, with the majority born in June.
Raccoons, Foxes, Bats, Skunks and other Rabies Vector Species (RVS) require advanced training and the handler to be inoculated for rabies.