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Ten Wildlife Do's and Don'ts

From Dauphin County Wildlife Rescue,
John and Beth Carricato
699 Knight Rd. Harrisburg,
Pa. 17111 566-2613

Your financial support of this endeavor is appreciated!

  1. Do leave all wildlife alone- learn by observation.
  2. Don�t handle any sick or injured wild mammals (skunks, raccoons, foxes, bats, etc) These animals could be carrying rabies or other diseases harmful to humans.
  3. Do move fledgling birds out of harm�s way. Do it
    quickly and then leave. One of their parents will do the rest.
  4. Don�t feed young or injured animals (birds or mammals) unless you�re sure of the right food. Call for assistance to Dauphin County Wildlife Rescue at 566-2613.
  5. Do call the proper authorities. Get adult supervision & aid before touching or moving any sick or injured animal.
  6. Don�t try to keep wild animals as pets.
  7. Do supervise your domestic pets. Cats and dogs kill many baby animals.
  8. Don�t let pets run wild.
  9. Do preserve and expand habitat for wildlife. You can start in your own backyard.
  10. Don�t leave your trash and litter laying around. Plastics and Styrofoam don�t biodegrade and discarded fishing line is a killer.

About Wildlife Rehabilitators: Please remember rehabilitators do not receive government funding but operate on a donation basis. If your heart moves you to bring injured or orphaned animals and birds to any of these organizations, please make a hearty financial donation and perhaps even your time.

Rehabitat, Inc Raptor rehabilitation and Advocacy www.rehabitat.org

Dauphin County Wildlife Rehabilitators 566-2613

10 Ways to Help and be Safe around Wildlife for Children

  1. Do not disturb wild animals. Wildlife is fun to watch but should be left alone.
  2. Never touch wild animals. Remember, they are wild and can bite or scratch.
  3. Do not try to help wildlife that is injured. Tell an adult.
  4. Do not touch or pick up wild animals that have died.
  5. Do not touch or pick up young animal; their parents are watching nearby.
  6. If a wild animal appears sick, or hurts you, tell an adult.
  7. Never feed wild animals, except songbirds at birdfeeders, and only during fall and winter.
  8. Provide water for wildlife by putting up a birdbath. Keep it full of fresh, clean water.
  9. Watch wildlife that lives near your home. Learn the names of birds and animals. Make a list or draw pictures of animals you see.
  10. Ask an adult to help make a wildlife nesting box or create wildlife habitat.

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