A Great Horned Owlet fell from her tree after her nest was destroyed in a storm. A basket from Target was secured to the tree and the parents came back and used the basket as a nest for the rest of the season.
The WTS Wish List
Supplies are also very welcome and you can donate them too! Here’s a list of some things that are always needed at Wild Things.
For those who work in a hospital or vet clinic, can you save Wild Things any supplies? Hospitals throw away hundreds of dollars worth of medical supplies that can be used in wildlife rehabilitation, such as expired medical supplies and opened but unfinished medications/fluids. Veterinarians are also always welcome to donate supplies & assistance.
Before you drop anything off please check with us that it is needed at the current time.
Fleece blankets, flannel pillowcases
towels, sheets & fleece
Mesh pet carriers, reptariums
Heating pads (the ones that don't automatically turn-off)
First aid supplies: Betadine, alcohol, Q-tips, cotton balls, latex gloves, saline solution for flushing wounds, paper tape, tegaderm, vet-wrap (all sizes) , neosporin, silvadenesurgical tools, such as scalpel blades & handles, scissors, hemostats
Expired or unused pet medications. We use a lot of Metacam (meloxicam), Antibiotics such as Trimethaprim Sulpha (TMS) or other "sulpha" based antibiotics, Baytril (oral & injectable), Clavamox, Clindamycin, Doxyxycline.
Syringes & needles
Electrolyte/IV solutions, such as Lactated Ringers Solution (LRS), Plasmalyte & Pedialyte
Enrichment toys and hideouts. Bats really like the little hideaways that you can buy for pet birds.
Small petri dishes for feeding
Animal foods: birdseed, dog & cat food, mammal food.