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Northwoods Wildlife Center to hold baby shower for animals

3:41 PM, Apr. 30, 2014
A baby raccoon.
A baby raccoon.
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It may not feel like spring, but it is arriving and with that many of our hibernating mammals and reptiles are waking up from a very long winters nap.

Raptors, song birds, ducks, loons, herons and geese are returning to the north and babies are on the way!

The Northwoods Wildlife Center is holding a baby shower as they prepare for hundreds of injured or orphaned wildlife patients. Many of the infants require feeding every two hours, need special equipment and supplies, as well as lots of hands and lots of hours. ...

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