Spring Has Sprung

Spring has arrived in full force here at Noah’s Ark! We had a very mild winter so the calls for baby animals started earlier than normal this year. We already have been tending to baby squirrels and bunnies galore, with no doubt more to come. We need your support to keep these babies fed and healthy before they get released later this season. Here are some of the critters we have had in our care recently .

These baby bunnies are wondering “Mom?!” These little ones will be with us for several weeks while they grow! “Hoppy” Easter!
2 of our several baby squirrels we have in our care right now. Baby season started earlier than normal this year and may extend longer as well. Your donations help us buy formula and produce for these babies!
The baby opossums are far too young to be without their mom! So we will take over until they can be released in a few months.
This female cardinal was attacked by a cat and needed medical care for her wounds.
This adult opossum was hit by a car. As its baby season, if you see an opossum hit by a car, keep in mind that it could be a mom with babies in her pouch! Call a wildlife rehabber if you need assistance.
This downy woodpecker was attacked by a cat. It has had medical attention and is happily perching in its cage while it heals!

Our clinic is mostly back up and running, just in time for baby season. We have some squirrels in the newly added addition right now! It is already making things much easier to operate and we are better able to keep animals separated if needed. We are still working to wrap a few things up on it for it to be 100%. We still have our GoFundMe going (https://gofund.me/07f2ad5f) for our daily operations. Every little bit helps! It all goes to the care of the animals and the upkeep of our facility. Have a great and wild summer, and we will update again soon!