Due to the increasing number of displaced, injured or orphaned wildlife, we have expanded and established a Wildlife Rebabilitation Program.
In 1994, we received our Wildlife Rehabilitator License. We have cared for foxes, deer, squirrels, a variety of beautiful birds and many other animals which have found their way to us. The Clay County Humane Society wildlife volunteer is on call 24 hours a day
A three week old fawn was brought in when the mother was killed by coyotes.
Although very timid around everyone else, she took an instant liking to volunteer Brian Hall who coaxed her into eating. Within days, the fawn was introduced into a new herd where she was adopted by a new doe.
This kestrel was brought in with a foot injury. It was able to be returned to its natural habitat within 72 hours.
The American Kestrel is the most common falcon, and also one of the smallest, in North America.