North East Wildlife Animal Rehabilitation Coalition is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization. We are a group of licensed wildlife rehabilitators, and these are the tales of the injured and orphaned animals we care for until they are able to be released back into the wild.

Monday, October 5, 2009

The release-Diesel's group.

Here are some pics of the gang getting released last night. Needless to say they had a field day in the trees! Then again, what raccoon doesn't!!
....although, Grizz seems a little unsure of that!

Everybody up!!!

Making sure mom is still around....

This is why I call them velcro coons! It looks like that foreign game show where they wear a velcro suit and jump onto a velcro wall and try to stick to it! LOL

Going down...

A wonderful sight seeing them free and having sooooo much fun!

I had to sneak out of usual it's so hard to leave them....I never know if I'll ever see them again. I went by there around noon today and ran into Cat, Tank and Panda. I saw them up a tree and was going to try sneaking out before they saw me, but as I walked away I heard them start chattering to me and they came down for some hugs.....again, tough to tear myself away from them again!! I went back again near dusk and no sign of anyone... :(
I hate saying goodbye....and not being able to protect and watch over them anymore!

1 comment:

  1. this is why i am not a rehabbor yet,i couldnt do it,i could not leave those babies behind,i couldnt,to me it would be like loseing ther ma all over again,soft release on my poeperty where i could check on them all the time yes,but out in some woods no-way,again why i am not a rehabbor yet, o know all the rahabbor do great work and god i shutter to think what would happen if there were none,i guess i am just a wimp,mkw