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Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue
Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue
BEFORE - when you lose your mamapossum, fall into a mud puddle, and get mistaken for a squeaky toy by a giant white Pyrenees.

AFTER - when a human named Yoko finds you and drives 45 minutes with the heat blasting in order to save your life. Then suddenly you are floating in hot soothing water, while the rocks and mud cakes are removed from your mouth and your wounds are tended. Warmth and safety make you sleepy and you drift off to a slower heartbeat then you are used to but it doesn’t matter because now you can rest...
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Squirrels are capricious little creatures. And aside from taunting the neighborhood dogs and using your gutters as water slides, it appears they also eavesdrop on bird chatter to gauge their safety.
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Our 69 year old rescued CA Desert Tortoise, Apollo, has been waiting for the kittens to finish their baths so he can walk past them into the hall and onward to the sun drenched deck. The kittens are oblivious. After 15 minutes, Apollo got tired of waiting....
Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue
Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue
Cute photo of the day.
Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue
Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue
Animal Architecture is the only environmental way to go now if we want to stop slashing and burning our way through this habitat we share with other species. So excited that this is FINALLY happening HERE. It has been an important part of City design in European cities for decades!!! We are so behind the times...but we are catching up!
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World's largest highway overpass for wildlife on track in California
$87 million bridge will enable all sorts of species to cross in search of food, mates, space without risk of becoming roadkill and aid conservation efforts
cbsnews.com
Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue
Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue
The San Francisco Marmot, we are calling “Goldie”, is on her way back up to the Tahoe area, thanks to the transportation skills of Aspen. The wonderful folk at Lake Tahoe Wildlife Rehabilitation are taking in this wayward traveler and will release him/her where he needs to be. Marmots love to climb up inside cars and often get transported near and far. They normally live in large colonies above 6500 feet elevation, denning in rocky mountainous areas. Thanks to the combined efforts of San Francisco Animal Care & Control and our volunteers and the volunteers at Lake Tahoe Wildlife Rehab, this wayward Marmot is on his/her way home.

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