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Orphaned Wildlife

What is Orphaned Wildlife?
Where is the Orphaned Wildlife provided?

Orphaned and Injured Wildlife
If you see open wounds or other injuries, or you know in fact that a young wild animal has lost its parent, consult SBACC



What is Orphaned Wildlife?

Orphaned wildlife would be wildlife such as racoon, opposum, squirrel or rabbit that is too young to survive on its own but has been abandoned by its mother for 24 hours or more. 


Where is the Orphaned Wildlife provided?

Citizens can bring orphaned wildlife into SBACC if it has been abandoned for over 24 hours.  Animal Control Officers can pick up an injured wild animals Monday through Friday Between the hours of 9am and 4pm.  If a citizen finds an injured wild animal outside of these times, they may contact SBACC's emergency line.  235-9303.