We had a nest of bluebirds. We were sitting on our deck and I saw a sparrow bobbing in and out of the bluebird house. I went out to it and the sparrows had killed the parents and was pecking on one of the babies' head. I immediately called Jane and ask her if she could do something with the babies. I put the entire nest in a shoebox and took it to Wild Life Haven and Jane put them with another mother on a bluebird trail. Even the baby that the sparrow had pecked bald lived! As far as I am concerned this is the best place ever for saving animals, etc. They Care!
Jane at Wildlife Haven has been there for me more times than I can count. My family and I are some of the fortunate people that seem to have animals in distress come to our place with some regularity. Fortunate for the animals because we care, and they will be safe. Fortunate for us because we have Jane and Wildlife Haven in our neighborhood. Jane has always helped with advice from what to do if you disturb a bunnies nest to taking in injured critters and giving them the care they need. I have a great deal of respect for Jane and her staff. The amount of compassion and dedication it takes to nurse wild animals back to health is huge. We are very blessed to have Jane and Widlife Haven in our community.
I have been both a volunteer and a client served at Wildlife Haven and higly recommend everyone taking the time to get to know the place and the wonderful work that is done there. As a volunteer, I learned so many things about the behaviors, habitats and needs of the orphaned and injured wildlife that comes there for a second shot at life. As a client, I have called upon their services with creatures as varied as skunks, raccoons, grey squirrels and cormorants. Caring for the wide variety of wildlife that is taken there requires a round-the-clock commitment. Please consider this group when you are looking for a worthwhile cause and a committed group.