The Northwoods Wildlife Center prepares for orphaned wildlife

MINOCQUA - Northwoods Wildlife Center will see a lot of orphaned wildlife this spring. This is the birthing season.

The center could use your help preparing for the babies.

"It's springtime so all of our baby animals come in cycles. We usually start off with a bunch of cottontails. Then, we get a lot of squirrel species. Then, of course, raccoons, and fawns as well," said Advanced Wildlife Rehabilitator Amanda Walsh.

Full story: WJFW

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