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.

Sunday, December 16, 2012

The babies are in the big pen!

Well, I think it goes without saying that once the 3 little kids got moved into the big pen, there was no holding them back! I wanted to wait until Dusty was a little bit bigger before moving them over there. 10 feet high with lots of trees and new nooks and crannies to explore! Woohooo!
Today we are having our annual Christmas Brunch so I'm up early to finish getting everything ready to bring over to Mary's. Everyone enjoy this relaxing Sunday....and the cute pics of the kids having fun!


  1. Oh how I wish I could have donated my 95' white pine to you!...:)JP

  2. Hi, I just wanted to say: I wish I could be like you! I fell in love with the cute raccoon many years ago, and wish I could do what you do for them. Alas, I live in Sweden, there's not that many raccoons here out in the wild, I've never even seen one in a zoo. So, I'm pretty jealous of you right now ;) Keep up the good work!

  3. Oh Julia...if you have fallen in love with the raccoon without even encountering one in person, you would fall even more so after getting to know them in person if that's even possible! So wonderful and full of character and mischief and totally misunderstood by people. I hope someday you will have the chance to watch one play for real....something that will always leave you with a warm fuzzy feeling! :)

    Ohhhhhh that white pine would have been AWESOME for sure JP!