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Orphaned or injured wildlife: What to do if you find a fawn

Fawn. Photo by Flickr user zhumaly used under a Creative Commons License.
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Wildlife Tips from the Lindsay Wildlife Museum
1931 First Ave., Walnut Creek, California

What to do if you find a fawn:
Now is the time to watch for fawns. Deer have learned to adapt to small patches of open space in urban areas and are common in many of our neighborhoods.  Black-tailed deer, a subspecies of the mule deer, are common throughout the northern and central California coastal ranges. While they prefer open chaparral, they will adjust to almost any open space they can find.
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Posted on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010
Under: deer, Lindsay Wildlife Museum, Wildlife, Wildlife Rehabilitation | 2 Comments »

Lindsay Wildlife Museum: Volunteer training class, “Introduction to Wildlife Rehabilitation”

Treating coyote that was caught in a trap
me jim nancy coyote

The Lindsay Wildlife Museum, 1931 First Ave., Walnut Creek, CA, is offering a training program for volunteers, “Introduction to Wildlife Rehabilitation,” on Saturday, Jan. 16.

This is your last chance until next fall for training to become a wildlife hospital volunteer and help the thousands of injured and orphaned wild animals the museum receives and treats every year.This is a great opportunity for you to help wildlife in our area.
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Posted on Wednesday, January 6th, 2010
Under: Lindsay Wildlife Museum, Wildlife, Wildlife Rehabilitation | 1 Comment »