Tag: goslings

Wildlife Rescue Volunteers Help Goslings Born on Rooftops

Rooftops especially those with greenery, ponds, and pools have become a popular, attractive nesting site for some parents. These rooftops mimic natural environments for parents who choose to raise their young in hopes to protect them from potential predators from attacking. However, parents do not realize that these rooftops are dangerous for their newly hatched goslings, preventing them from leaving the rooftop safely.

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Found an Orphaned Wildlife Baby?

One of the clearest signs of spring is the reappearance of migrating birds and readily available sources of food including seeds, insects, and fruit. Migrating birds return to their breeding grounds early spring and midsummer to reproduce. They tend to find trees, rooftops, wetlands, and ponds to prepare for their nesting season.

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How-to: Keep Baby Birds (and Small Mammals) With Their Parents

How-to: Keep Baby Birds (and Small Mammals) With Their Parents

We all welcome the chance to spend more time outdoors and Wildlife Rescue wants to help you co-exist with nature a bit better. Since it’s also the start of baby bird season, we’d like to offer you an easy list to follow to ensure baby birds (and mammals!) are not separated from their parents.

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Gosling Rescue Caught On Camera!

Gosling Rescue Caught On Camera!

Witness the extraordinary rooftop rescue of trapped goslings by Wildlife Rescue volunteers Liz and Cathy!

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How-to: Keep Baby Birds (and Small Mammals) With Their Parents

How-to: Keep Baby Birds (and Small Mammals) With Their Parents

We all welcome the chance to spend more time outdoors and Wildlife Rescue wants to help you co-exist with nature a bit better. Since it’s also the start of baby bird season, we’d like to offer you an easy list to follow to ensure baby birds (and mammals!) are not separated from their parents.

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