Hill Woman Productions
Artfully blended Herbs, Oils and Incense
Wellesley Island NY 800-600-3831
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Wellesley Island Wildlife Rehabilitation
For several years now Sue-Ryn has had her New
York State Wildlife Rehabilitators License. Last year she also got her
Federal License. These licenses allow her to collect, possess, transport and
care for orphaned and injured birds and animals. Each year her rehab
practice grows; 2010 saw over 100 critters receiving either short term care
and transport or long term care and release.
Above: barred owl, turkey vulture, young great
horned owl, bitterns
Above: Four robins from 2 separate nests,
young blue jay, baby wrens
Above: Baby red squirrels, baby gray squirrel,
gray squirrel near release
Above: Young fox, baby bunnies, baby opossum.
These are just a few of the creatures we've dealt with this year; we've had
ospreys, cardinals, killdeer, chipping sparrows, a crow, starlings,
mourning dove. We didn't have one batch of squirrels, but several, one
batch of robins or starlings, but several. We had 3 different geese.
We scrape by doing this with donations and fund-raising yard sales,
and all the critter care is worked in around shows, work at home, the
Troll's various jobs, and caring for our own domestic animals--a dog,
a cat, chickens, turkeys, and guinea hens.