Can you give a rehabilitated animal the habitat it needs?
Bats are fantastic for the environment. They like to eat their weight in mosquitos and generally move on from their release site in two to three days.
Striped Skunks are amazing to have in your yard! They like mushrooms, wasps, and clean up carrion. They are nomadic and will probably move on in a few days. They carry only a small amount of spray and only use it in extreme occasions.
Opossums are awesome to have in your area. They love to eat ticks! This means that they reduce the ability for Lyme disease to spread! They are typically nomadic and will move on shortly to find food.
Squirrels are great for soil health and wonderful for your property. They may stay depending on the wildlife already there but will probably venture away.
Raccoons love to live near streams. They can sometimes live in groups and sometimes live alone. Because of this it is very unlikely they stick around for longer than a week.
There are many more animals that we rehabilitate that you can have released. on your property. Scroll below to see our application!
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Love wildlife? Want to help us out? Fill out a form and we may be able to release some rehabilitated animals on your property! Becoming a release site makes you such a great part of what we do at Hoosier Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation. We thank you for considering this amazing gift and service to our animals and environment. Please fill out the application below and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.