A Smelly Situation

A Smelly Situation

Here at Operation Orphan Wildlife Rehabilitation Inc, we have to carry a large variety of foods to care for the animals, since every species has their own diet. Today’s story illustrates the challenge of keeping these different kinds of foods…

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The Deadly Truth About Trash

The Deadly Truth about Trash

Without thinking about it, each of us do little things each day that impact our environment and wildlife in a negative way.  For example, who would ever think that something as simple as throwing away the ring that is attached…

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Rabies: What Do You Know?

Rabies: What Do You Know?

Rabies is a deadly virus that strikes the central nervous system of mammals and almost always results in death if not treated.  The virus is spread through an infected animal’s saliva.  People and pets do not have to be bitten…

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Introducing “Mighty Moe”!

Introducing “Mighty Moe”!

He may be little, but he is mighty! Earlier this year we received a Screech Owl that had been hit by a car, suffering head trauma and severe damage to his left eye.  He spent several days at Dr. Riggs’…

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Introducing “Thelma And Louise”

Introducing “Thelma and Louise”

Drum roll please……  I’d like to introduce to you our newest education animals at Operation Orphan Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc., Thelma and Louise! These two opossums sisters came to us earlier in the week from The Ohio Wildlife Center in Columbus.…

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