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.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Moving to the big pen.

With River and her gang out of the big pen, it was time to move some of the babies in. So I moved the bigger of the babies...Trooper, Soldier, Sammy, Rocco, Doc and Sis over there and boy are they loving it! I was hesitant to put the smaller of that crew in there, but they have to get used to the height at some point, and although they are small for their age, developmentally they are where they should be....just like the bigger ones. So I'm getting ready to move Lucky, Ducky, Porcelain, Pebbles, Brim and Spit in there with them. They will be able to interact through a window with Bama and his crew and eventually all join up as one big crew. Then let the games begin!
Soldier again.
Sis and I'm not sure who's on top there!
Trooper troublemaker! Yup...he's the new one for this year!
Soldier and Doc
A long day of play makes for sleepy babies!


  1. kind of like playing "musical raccoons"!!

    i LOVE that picture of Trooper...standing he's trying to figure out what mischief he can get himself into now! so CUTE!! i just want to hug him!!

  2. So true Laura! And Trooper was sooooo choosing his next mischief in that pic! He's such a wise guy causing trouble then running over and hugging mom and being all cute and innocent, so I can't stay annoyed with him! grrrrrrr! But they get him back. More than a few times I've seen him sitting there minding his own business and suddenly one will come up from behind and give him a good bite in the ass then run! LOL Can't say he doesn't deserve it! :)