Young Wildlife “Rescues” Often Do More Harm Than Good

This spring, more people are getting outdoors due to the COVID-19 situation, which means more people will come across newborn wildlife. Biologists with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation are reminding everyone to resist the urge to “rescue” young wildlife, as that often does more harm than good. Young wildlife belong in the wild, and even the most well-intentioned attempt to care…

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