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Disease Prevention

Wildlife rehabilitators are trained in avoiding and contacting illnesses from other species.
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How You Can Help

All wild animals, babies or adults, need all three - quiet, warmth, and hydration.
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Mange

If you see a wild animal with scattered patches of missing hair it may be mange.

Animal Specific Information

Opossums

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Waterfowl

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Squirrels

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Raccoons

Rabbits

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Fawns & Adults

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Coyotes and Fox

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Birds

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Who To Call On Left

Who To Call!

Click the link below to find a list of Michigan Licensed Rehabilitators. You can sort by County, Name, Organization, Species etc.
www.michigandnr.com/dlr/

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Outside Cats Kill

In 2013, Scott Loss, research scientist with the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, completed a study of predation on wildlife by feral and owned cats. Outside cats kill 1.4 billion to 3.7 billion birds and 6.9 to 20.7 billion small mammals each year in the contiguous United States, being the largest source of human-related mortality to U.S. birds and small mammals.
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