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Local animal welfare groups and Herald staff |
Published: Monday, July 9, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Busy season for animal babies on PAWS campus

  • Two young flickers peek out of a nest hole on the PAWS campus.

    Kevin Mack / PAWS

    Two young flickers peek out of a nest hole on the PAWS campus.

There's been so much happening on the PAWS campus during the past month that it's been challenging to keep track of it all. Now that we've entered summer, injured and orphaned babies of many different species are coming through our doors on a daily basis. Meanwhile, right outside those same doors, healthy babies are being raised by their parents on our campus.

The PAWS campus has become significantly louder in the past few weeks as at least two sets of baby crows have grown from nestlings into fledglings.

Click here to see photos of the fledgling crows, flickers, raccoon babies and more from the PAWS campus.

To learn more about the PAWS Wildlife Center, or to find out what to do if you find an injured or orphaned animal, click here.
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