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. […]
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[…]
On March 25, 2021, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) and Idaho State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) confirmed the presence of Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHD), a fatal and highly contagious disease that affects animals in the rabbit family (domestic and wild rabbits, hares, and pikas). Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease does not infect humans or Read more about Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHD)[…]
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[…]
2020 has been a chaotic year for all of us but we are looking excitedly at 2021’s rising horizon adjusting to the changes in our day-to-day lives including major changes at TWRC. Operating as a working board without a staff member most of the year, we took a close look at the most important goals Read more about End of Year Update[…]
The Teton Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is coming soon! If you need anything in the meantime, please don’t hesitate to contact us at info[at]tetonwildlife.org!