Patient of the Week: #1000

Apr. 24th, 2014 |

Pictured here is the wildlife hospital’s 1,000th patient of 2014. This little male Virginia opossum (Didelphis virginiana) was admitted on Friday, April 18. He was found all alone in an […]

What to Do: Fawns

Apr. 10th, 2014 |

Black-tailed deer, a subspecies of the mule deer, are common throughout the Bay Area. Fawns are born in spring or early summer. They begin foraging for their own food when […]

10 Ways to Help Wildlife

Mar. 16th, 2015 |

Lindsay Wildlife Experience offers: Ways to Help Wildlife 1.  Eliminate pesticide use in your home and landscaping Don’t use rodenticides! When you use poison bait to control rodents it will […]

Patient of the Week: March 13, 2014

Mar. 13th, 2014 |

On Sunday, March 9, 2014, a sharp-shinned hawk was admitted to the wildlife rehabilitation hospital.  The bird flew into a window, suffering significant bruising and a ruptured air sac. We […]

Raccoon dentistry

Jul. 29th, 2013 |

A young adult raccoon was brought into the wildlife hospital with a broken canine tooth. Hospital staff took digital x-rays and discovered a bullet lodged in the animal’s jaw. Someone […]