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If you find an animal you think needs help, please call the hotline for instructions before picking it up. If the animal needs to be transported, keep it in a well-ventilated cardboard box with a lid or a closed paper bag (if a bird or reptile) in a warm, dark and quiet place until you can get it to a SWR volunteer.

IF SAFE TO DO SO, USING LIGHT WORK GLOVES, PLACE THE ANIMAL IN A WELL-VENTILATED CARDBOARD BOX OR PET CARRIER WITH SEVERAL SOFT CLOTHES, LIKE BABY BLANKETS OR T-SHIRTS UNDER AND OVER IT. DO NOT GIVE IT FOOD OR WATER… consider volunteering if you would like to be trained as a wildlife rehabilitator!

BABY BIRDS:

SWR’s Wildlife Center

Sierra Wildlife Rescue’s Baby Bird Nursery Opens Monday, May 14, 2018 and will be in operation through early August.

The Baby Bird Nursery, located at 777 Pleasant Valley Road, Diamond Springs, is open 7 days a week from 7 am to 7 pm.

CHECK OUT Wild Animal Rescue: Do’s & Don’ts

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