Do not ever use poison. Warning: there are some disturbing images in this post that may not be suitable for some readers. As the temperatures drop and winter gets nearer, critters make their way through holes into our homes. Please remember that they are just trying to survive and we have provided a fantastic habitat for them. […]
Originally published in the Budgeteer. Migration. It’s a herald of change, a thing of mystery and beauty. A few years ago as I was walking along a trail in Gooseberry State Park, I heard quite a loud racket above me. I looked up and was awestruck by the number of robins flitting about the tree […]
Education is an important aspect of what we do at Wildwoods. Staff member Elle Ustipak recently gave a talk at the Duluth Library, which was covered by Fox21 KQDS. Watch here: Wildlife experts say it’s time to be a good neighbor to the animals that are living around the Northland. Source: Be A Good Neighbor […]
If we are unavailable when you call you can check out our “Does This Animal Need Help” resource. Never give food, water, or other remedies found online to a wild animal until you have spoken with a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. Only move an animal if it is in clear danger (for example, in the road).
Wildwoods is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife, and to the reconciliation of humans and nature through education.