The fawn was brought to DVWR by Nevada Department of Wildlife game warden. Separated from its mother during the fire and saved by firefighters, the fawn will be cared for at DVWR until old enough for release.
A young hawk was extremely dehydrated and malnourished when brought to DVWR today. There are many hawks and owls recuperating here and they have specific nutritional requirements for proper development & good health. Monetary donations are urgently needed to purchase mice from our certified vendor. Please consider sending your monetary donation and by doing so you will be providing lifesaving nourishment for…
Injured in a collision with a semi-truck this Golden Eagle appears to be making a good comeback. Great horned owl babies are growing fast and although not readily seen in the image a young hummingbird is the smallest guest at DVWR.
An orphaned Pronghorn Antelope was one of the recent arrivals at Dayton Valley Wildlife Reststop . She is now a week old. According to Nevada Department of Wildlife website, pronghorns at this age could already outrun a human!! Evelyn keeps a close watch on her while feeding and all doors are double checked closed!!