I've found a baby animal (bird, squirrel, rabbit, etc.). What should I do?
The young of wild animals are not cared for by their parents like humans care for their young. Young, wild animals are not constantly watched by their parents and are frequently left unattended for long periods of time while their parents forage for food or hide themselves. For the majority of young animals, it is best to leave them alone. Do not handle the animal or disturb the nesting material.
For more information, you can contact Animal Control.

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