By: Chuck Williams
The Wild West Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is making many improvements to the facility, with the help from people in the community.
With several projects completed and ongoing, it’s allowing the center to take in more animals than they ever have.
This summer the center cared for over 1,000 animals at once. That’s the most they’ve ever handled at one time
They’ve built three skunk enclosures that will allow them to practice climbing and will teach the skunks what they need to do before released back into the wild
They are still looking for help to build four outdoor raccoon enclosures and other projects like finishing and building their coyote and opossum enclosures.
If you would like to pitch in and help go to their website at http://wildwestwildlife.com or @wildwestwildliferehabilitation