A cat raided a rabbit’s nest. Hopefully this 9 day old cottontail, with eyes still closed, will grow strong & then when old enough be returned to the wild.
This time they built and installed feeding stations for the flight pens. Their hard work included covering the platforms with astro turf and of course some artistic designs on the base! Much appreciation for the troops hard work and continued efforts at DVWR.
Barn Owls as name suggests like to nest and roost in barns. Since there aren’t a lot of barns in Nevada, the owls search for hollow trees or haystacks. Often it’s not obvious there is a nest in the haystack & the young owls (up to 11) are often carried off on hay trucks, separated from…
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.