The Elusive Northern Flying Squirrel - posted June 22, 2018 by Kim Baxter
The rehabbing of an orphaned baby northern flying squirrel

The Ravens - posted 04-19-18 by Kim Baxter
If you receive Shasta Wildlife newsletters, you may recall in the Summer/Fall 2017 issue a story about The Ravens. Our editor took my 3 page story and hacked it down to two pages to fit in the newsletter. Much of their story was cut so I thought this blog might be the place to submit the full version. Ha Ha editor; my blog, mistakes and all! The Ravens Every baby bird season at Shasta Wildlife’s Rehabilitation Center there seems to be a particular rehab that stands out from the others. Last year it was the pleasure of assisting our resident GHO’s Captain

The Red Tailed Hawk Rehab - posted 01-29-18 by Kim Baxter
In early December a call came in from a concerned community member in the Burney area. A red-tailed hawk on the ground; it was rumored in the small rural town that it had been shot. Rumor was that it had been eating someone’s free roaming chickens from their yard.

If you read our latest newsletter, you may have come across the "featured Outshelter volunteer" article. Carol Forster, a longtime volunteer for Shasta Wildlife in the Burney area, was the rescuer for this injured hawk.

 
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