Support Baby Animals at Tufts Wildlife Clinic
This crowdfunding project has ended, but you can still support the Tufts Wildlife Clinic here. Thank you for your continued support!
Baby season is here!
This time of year the Tufts Wildlife Clinic sees an influx of baby animal patients. These babies come to us for several reasons, but usually because they have become lost or separated from their parents. They are extremely vulnerable and require a high level of care and attention.
This orphaned bobcat was admitted into Tufts Wildlife Clinic as a tiny infant. At the time of her admission, this little bobcat was unwilling to eat and struggling with a high fever.
Because all wildlife patients are treated at the Clinic without charge, donations are desperately needed to provide us with the resources required to properly care for these babies.
Tufts Wildlife Clinic is often able to extract viable eggs from a deceased turtle. The Clinic incubates the eggs until they hatch, and these turtle "hatchlings" are released into the same area where the mother turtle was found.
Specialized equipment and proper nutrition are critical as we work to keep them warm, well fed, and safe until they are strong and healthy enough to be released into the wild.
Tufts Wildlife Clinic uses a nest made of colorful yarn to keep this family of baby woodcocks together.
Please help us to save baby animals by making a donation today! Thank you!