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Newborn baby California Grey Squirrels
Rescued baby Jack Rabbits
Coyote Pups (above and right)
Baby Possum
Baby Possums Learning to Eat
Feeding baby Hummingbirds.
Teaching lesson - showing how to identify a broken wing in an Anna's Hummingbird young male. The right wing is fine; the left wing has a unnatural bend in it that signifies a break in the bird's wrist.
Feeding baby Hummingbirds - video version. Two baby hummingbirds being taken care of by one of Shasta Wildlife Rescue's home care volunteers. The infant hummer on the left is approximately 4 days old. The older one on the right is about 2 weeks old, just past the pin feather stage. It should be fledging in about 1 week. They're both being fed every 25 minutes with special hummingbird food. The thermometer is in there to make sure the babies stay at a temperature of 95-100 degrees while they are on a heat source.
Flying Squirrels
Baby Hummingbirds
baby Brush Rabbit - Someone was excavating their property and accidentally excavated the nest. They only found this one. It has a broken right front leg.
George the eagle - Unfortunately George did not survive his injuries.