Impact of Increased Traffic Evident in TWRC Incidents. 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Impact of increased traffic evident in TWRC incidents. Teton Valley, Idaho ~ Teton Wildlife Rehabilitation Center hit record numbers for incident calls in July. Calls came in for fawns, raccoons, skunks, songbirds (including wrens, grosbeaks, robins, pine siskin, and a northern flicker), sandhill cranes, a nighthawk, a hummingbird, woodpeckers, ducks, and fox. Read more about Impact of Increased Traffic Evident in TWRC Incidents. […]

Teton Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Offers Guidelines for Baby Season

For Immediate Release: March 30th, 2021, Teton Valley, ID: Teton Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is providing local communities with guidelines for how to assist with wild animal orphans and manage incidents. All animal incident-related phone calls can be directed to Renee Seidler, 435-760-7267.  With spring slowly arriving, it’s time to keep an eye out for young Read more about Teton Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Offers Guidelines for Baby Season[…]

Take Down Bird Feeders — Salmonellosis Amongst Songbirds

Area bird lovers asked to temporarily remove and clean bird feeders due to a suspected outbreak of salmonellosis By Mike Demick, Staff Biologist Thursday, March 11, 2021 – 3:47 PM MST   Press Release is from the Salmon Office of Idaho Fish & Game The fatal disease is suspected to have been found in southern and Read more about Take Down Bird Feeders — Salmonellosis Amongst Songbirds[…]