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.

Friday, August 13, 2010

The gang in Framingham.

I've been keeping tabs on the gang in Framingham and I'm happy to say Cinnamon, Peanut, Phoenix, Willie, Raquel, Ellie,Chicken, Piggy, Fozzy and Gonzo are doing great! I finally got a chance to go through the pics on the camera.
They start to trickle in early and check out the new gadget that just appeared!I stop by occasionally after work and this night had a nice little visit with some of them! Raquel was the first to come say Hi to mom. Eventually Ellie and Chicken graced me with their presence too. The humidity and killer mosquitoes drove me out before I could wait for more to come in...not to mention I had to work bright and early the next morning!
It's safe to say they feel pretty relaxed out there now.....

And looks like they are sticking together also! There are 2 other feeders out there...why they all have to eat right on top of each other is beyond me, but it does show me pretty much the whole gang at once. Seeing them separate makes it hard to get an accurate head count....
...but the family portrait makes it pretty easy!
There are a couple mom's out there is pretty large, possibly Baloo? The other looks like Rosie maybe.....? Either way, everyone is getting along pretty well out there. Maybe Willie was helpful mediating between the two groups since the original group were his siblings after all. Luckily Willie fared much better the second time around!


  1. I am SO happy to see Raquel (and the others) doing so well!! There's no doubt in my mind that bringing Raquel to Deanna was best thing I could've done for her!! YAY.

    Keep up the awesome work.....


  2. I don't know how you can remember all their names let alone be able to tell who is who, LOL. But I guess they are your babies, and mom's are good at that.
    Adorable pics as always!

  3. Thanks John.....she's really doing awesome out there! I know it seems crazy but they all look diferent to me! Kinda like the way mom's can tell their identical twins apart I guess. :)

  4. If I can figure out how to save, copy and play some of your videos, I'd love to have your permission to use them in the future. I have 2 coyote presentations scheduled in September and would like to use them?? Can I?? Huh, huh???

  5. Of course John!! I tried sending some to your email...if it works I can send you whatever clips you want! :)