Here’s what to do if you find sick, injured or orphaned wildlife

 Here’s what to do if you find sick, injured or orphaned wildlife

Between July 2020 and July 2021, WildCare Inc. has taken in more than 1,600 animals, from raccoons to songbirds. 

WildCare is a nonprofit organization in Bloomington providing care and rehabilitation services to almost all native Indiana wildlife species so they may be returned to the wild. Non-releasable animals often become WildCare’s Education Ambassadors and are taken to events and educational outreach programs. WildCare Inc. also aims to help protect the next generation of wildlife through education and community outreach programs. 

The average number of animals admitted each year is 1,600, according to Sarah Maddox, director of animal care at WildCare. In 2020, WildCare admitted about 1,200 animals, but she expects that number to be back to normal for 2021. Of the admitted animals, a majority come in between April and August, Maddox said. 

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