Gold Country Wildlife Rescue sees work increasing in recent years

MORE OF MORE TAHOE GOLD LAND WILDLIFE RESCUES. WORKED AROUND HABIL, THREE COMMUNITY CHAMPION OF KACR, BUT THEIR WORK IS UP QUICKLY. INCREASE IN THE PAST YEARS I HAVE BEEN DOING THIS FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS. TO STEIN HAS A PASSION FOR THESE ANIMALS. THEY COME IN ABOUT AN HOUR AGO. THE FIRST THING WE DO IS HEAT THEM UP. KEMA MAKE SURE THEY ARE DRY AND WE WILL GET LIQUIDS. THEY ARE THREE DS.AY AWAY FROM MOTHER THIS IS A BABY AROUND TNOW GOLD COUNTRY WILDLIFE RESCUE REHABILITATION OF ANIMALS FOUND IN THE WDIL WE TAKE IN CALIFORNI WILDLIFE. THAT IS BE SICK OR WOUNDED. SO THIS IS A CRAZY BIG JOB AND IT REQUIRES A LOT OF VERY HIGHLY TRAIDNE STAFF LOTS OF VOLUNTEERS AND DATE. WE RELY ONLY ON DONATIONS AND IVATPRE GRANTS. IT IS REALLY IMPORTANT THAT WE GET THIS SUPPORT BECAUSE THIS IS THE ONLY WAY WE CAN KEEP OUR DOORS OPEN TO SAVE BABY BIRD SQUIRREL RACCOONS AND BARN OWL. SO IN LAST YEAR WE HAVE PROVIDED ATECU CARE FOR BURNED BEARS WHO RECENTLY BURNED IN OUR WILD FIRE. THEY RELOADED TWO BEARS BACK INTO THE WILD. THEY ARE A FASCINATING ANIMALS TO WATCH AND LEARN ABOUT NOW. THEY HAVE ABOUT 600 ANIMALS THAT’S HALF OF WHAT THEY RECEIVED THIS ONLY. RECA AND ONLY PART OF THE 5,000 EXPECT. ISTH YEAR LAST YEAR ONLY. WE RECEIVE A THOUSAND MORE ANIMALS THAN ORDINARY, PARTICULARLY BABIES, AND WE HAVE GRANTED IT TO ALL TREES AND BRUSH CLEARANCES THAT HAPPEN AS WILDFIRE PREVENTION. STEIN TRADITIONALLY SAYS PEOPLE DO NOVEMBER THROUGH JANUARY NOW WE HAVE TO WRITE ALL YEAR AND IT’S VERY SORRY AND WE ARE NOT THE ONLY GROUP, NOT THE ONLY WILDLIFE RESCUE GROUP THAT HAS INCREASED THIS INFLUX DEAD. IT IS TIRING. IT IS EXPRESSIVE BUT IT IS MY PASSION AND IT IS A PASSION OF MANY PEOPLE WHO WORK HERE. VOLUNTEERS MR GOLD COUNTRY WILDLIFE RESCUE THAT GIVES ANIMALS A CHANCE TO GO BACK TO THE WILD. WE WORK VERY HARD SO THEY ARE NOT DESIRED OF PEOPLE. THEY DO SO AMAZING WORK GOLD LAND WHILE THEY SAVE 2 S00PECIES EACH YEAR FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT

Project community: Gold Country Wildlife Rescue sees work increasing in recent years

Gold County Wildlife Rescue works year round to rehabilitate animals back into the wild, but their work has increased rapidly in recent years. The group helps animals such as baby birds, squirrels, raccoons and barn owls. They even recently released two bears back into the wild. Currently, the rescue has about 600 animals — that’s only half of what they received this year, and only part of the 5,000 expected this year alone. “Last year we received 1,000 more animals than usual. Mostly babies, and we attributed it to all the clearing of trees and shrubs as wildfire prevention,” said Sallysue Stein of Gold Country Wildlife Rescue. Stein says brush cleanups traditionally take place from November to January, but now the state has to go year-round, meaning all conservation groups have seen an increase in patient numbers. “It’s exhausting, it’s exhausting, but it’s my passion and a passion of a lot of people who work here and volunteer here,” Stein said. Read more in the video player above.

Gold County Wildlife Rescue works year round to rehabilitate animals back into the wild, but their work has increased rapidly in recent years.

The group helps animals such as baby birds, squirrels, raccoons and barn owls. They even recently released two bears back into the wild.

Currently, the rescue has about 600 animals — that’s only half of what they received this year, and only part of the 5,000 expected this year alone.

“Last year we received 1,000 more animals than usual. Mostly babies, and we attributed it to all the clearing of trees and shrubs as wildfire prevention,” said Sallysue Stein of Gold Country Wildlife Rescue.

Stein says brush cleanups traditionally take place from November to January, but now the state is required to clean up year-round, meaning all wildlife rescue groups have seen an increase in patient numbers.

“It’s exhausting, it’s exhausting, but it’s my passion, and a passion of a lot of people who work and volunteer here,” Stein said.

Read more in the video player above.

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