I’ll get photos up soon to show you our newest residents. A juvenile woodchuck is being quarantined on exhibit in Carolina Wildlife. Her/his name is Henry. A juvenile opossum, Jessica, will be used by our educators for programs. She is a girl. There are four songbirds being quarantined behind the scenes that will eventually go to the Aviary in Carolina Wildlife: two robins, a bluebird, and a rose breasted grosbeak. All have healed wing fractures and hop around. When they finally make it to the aviary, they will stay low to the ground since they cannot fly.
All these animals were cared for by a rehabber out of Tennessee. More on her soon too.