NEWSLETTER

Wildlife Is SPRINGing Up
Everywhere

 

Chicks, Ducklings and
Bunnies

Arizona wildlife is making its presence known in many new places and returning to old ones. Actually, that is not surprising. We have pushed into the wild places and pushed out the wildlife. Folks that have lived for years in one place, and have never seen wild animals on the property, are calling to say that they have critters under decks and sheds and ambling through the yard at night.

Some folks feed the wild animals directly while others are attracting one kind of critter (birds, bunnies, mice) which in turn attracts larger animals (hawks, coyotes, bobcat).

 

As Easter approaches and the pet and feed stores stock baby animals, it is so hard to resist taking them home.

PLEASE remember ... ANIMALS SHOULD NOT BE IMPULSE PURCHASES OR PRESENTS

Never "surprise" a child with animal unless you ask the parents and know that they are ready, willing and able to care for the pet properly- for the rest of its life. These little ones depend on humans for everything for their entire lives (not just until the novelty wears off.)

 

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Desert Cry can continue to
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