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PO Box 1037
Lynnwood WA, 98046
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15305 44th Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98037
May 18th, 2005
Fresh Faces at the Wildlife Center by Kevin Mack, PAWS Wildlife Naturalist
Over the past several weeks, admissions have really picked up at the
PAWS Wildlife Center. Dozens of species of Washington wildlife are now
actively breeding, and this has been very evident in our intake logs.
The following photos will give you a glimpse of just a few of the
dozens of new faces we've been seeing in recent days.
His eyes and ears still closed, an infant raccoon rests in an incubator.
A hungry Steller's Jay begs for his next meal.
A timid Short-tailed Weasel peaks out of his hide box.
Two orphaned kinglets huddle together in a nest.
An infant otter is bottle fed.
One of many orphaned American Robins currently in care.
A young harbor seal, nearly ready for release.
Four young mallards enjoy a swim.
Another young River Otter awaits his feeding.
A young Band-tailed Pigeon perches in his cage.
Two infant raccoons jockey for position at feeding time.
Four orphaned finches huddle together in a make-shift nest.
Wild animals released between May 2nd and May 17th, 2005:
1 Wood Duck
2 Western Grebes
1 Barn Owl
6 Eastern Gray Squirrels
1 Eastern Cottontail
1 Varied Thrush
3 Virginia Opossums
1 Northern Saw-whet Owl
1 Northern Flicker
1 Short-tailed Weasel
1 Harbor Seal
91 wild animals have been released since the beginning of 2005.