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WILDLIFE CARE IN NEW JERSEY USA

By Dan Shea



Canada Lynx
This declawed Canada lynx was seized from a man in February 2004 who was keeping her illegally in a hotel room. She was just recently moved to an outside cage and is loving her increased space.



These four black bears were sedated and being prepared for release in June 2004. They spent fourteen months in our care. Refuge director Tracy Leaver (background, left) is overseeing the procedure. Black Bears



Baby Raccoon This baby raccoon arrived at the refuge in April 2004 after its mother was hit by a car. It was successfully released three months later.



Northern flying squirrels that were kept illegally by the same man who was holding the Canada lynx. They were "adopted" by a fellow volunteer and were subsequently released. Flying Squirrels




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