Bunnies. (Bun-Buns.)

Our baby bunnies are adorable, but helpless.  Our volunteers hand feed these sweet little ones a special formula several times a day, they clean their homes, and they make sure the bunnies constantly have fresh water to drink and hay to snack on once they are old enough.  We raise these babies until they are able to be released in the wild and survive on their own.  Your contribution will directly help save these sweet young lives.  Thank you.  


Suggested monthly donation for the cost of 1 baby bunny:  $40

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Fawns. Gentle baby fawns

Baby fawns arrive having lost their Mother.  They are sad, and helpless.  Our volunteers will bottle feed these little babies  a special formula several times a day to help them grow healthy and strong.  Their homes are cleaned daily, and they are given a constant supply of fresh water.  Caring for these sweet fawns is time consuming and costly.  Your contribution will help us help them.  And as our contributions increase, we are able to help more wildlife survive.  Thank you.


Suggested monthly donation for the cost of 1 baby fawn:  $175

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Squirrel Squirrel Squirrel. Baby squirrels.

Baby squirrels must be hand-fed several times a day, and they sleep in warming incubators with soft blankets.  If an entire nest is found orphaned, the babies stay together and keep each other company.  Our volunteers keep them clean, warm, and fed, but all of this takes a great deal of time and expensive formulas.  Your contribution will help raise a baby squirrel to adulthood, when it is able to care for itself and life in the wild.  Your contribution will directly help save these sweet young lives.  Thank you.


Suggested monthly donation for the cost of 1 baby squirrel:  $65

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Baby Bandits - I mean raccoons. Tricksters from birth!

Baby bandits, I mean raccoons, are adorable but sad when they arrive as orphans.  They are hand-fed several times per day and are kept together with their siblings when they arrive together.  We have to keep them several weeks until they are able to survive in the wild on their own.  We make sure they eat healthy food that helps them grow and put on a nice coat.  Once they are old enough, they will move to a large enclosure outside to get used to the weather and learn how to climb.  Once they show us that they can care for themselves, they are released to live their lives!


Suggested monthly donation for the cost of 1 baby raccoon:  $80

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Baby Ducks - they quack us up!

Baby Canada, Mallards, and other ducks arrive all summer long.  They have a special house with their own pool.  Our volunteers feed them a special diet twice a day and we clean their pool and enclosure every morning.  We care for them until they are able to survive on their own in the wild.  Your contribution will directly help save these sweet young lives.  Thank you. 

Suggested monthly donation for the cost of 1 baby duck:  $90

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Baby owls - whooooo is cuter?

We love all of our babies, but there is an adorableness to baby owls that cannot be overlooked!  These sweet little birds lost their mother and have to be raised by hand until they can hunt and catch their own food in the wild.  Your contribution will directly help save these sweet young lives.  Thank you.

Suggested monthly donation for the cost of 1 baby owl:  $90

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Opossums - sweet, sweet baby opossums

Did you know....opossums eat ticks and are almost immune to rabies?  This makes them very beneficial to the environment for other animals and people!  

Oh, the baby opossums!  They are absolutely adorable, once you get to know them, {wink wink}, and we know because we get so many every spring.  They are surprisingly clean and not aggressive.  They are friendly with each other and are largely nocturnal.  

 The opossums usually arrive after their mother has been killed by a car.  As North America's only native marsupial, they live in their mother's pouch until they are ready to live on their own.  When mamma is no longer able to take care of her children, our volunteers step in to do the feeding, cleaning, and caring for these mischievous kids until they can survive on their own.  The picture in the grass is a released opossum waiving good-bye and thanking us for her chance to live on her own.  Their food, housing, and care is costly.  Your contribution will directly help save these sweet young lives.  Thank you.

Suggested monthly donation for the cost of 1 baby opossum:  $30

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Baby Birds

Baby birds arrive helpless and hungry.  Sometimes their mother has been killed, sometimes a little bird has fallen out of the nest.  In all cases, these little ones must be fed a special formula every 15 minutes.  That is not a mistake - someone has to be able to feed the infant birds every 15 minutes.  This requires making the special formula, and feeding them with very small syringes. These baby birds are housed in heated incubators and given fresh, soft, bedding every day.  As the birds grow older, they will be fed every half hour, then every hour.  It is a long processing helping these little ones reach adulthood so that they can survive on their own.  

(*This photo is from another rehab facility, but representative of our birds.)

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Wish List

Of course, we always have our adults too, like this eastern scratch owl, and there are many, many items that we have on our "wish list" that help all of our patients.  If you prefer, you can help our critters by contributing to the wish list by donation, or by supplying the requested item.  Our wish list can be found here:  CWC Wish List.pdf

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