Our best case scenario is when a baby animal is reunited with its parents. These photos tell the story of an owlet that we helped reunite with its family, with big help from Scott and Chad of 911 Wildlife.
The first 2014 baby animals arrive at Walden’s Puddle
It’s hard to believe that baby animals are being born in such cold weather here in Tennessee. But, despite the cold and snow, we have our first 2014 babies: eastern cottontails (Sylvilagus floridanus). Last year we admitted 3,500+ animals. If you can help us in any way we would be so appreciative. Please see the […]
Geese rescued from frozen pond recover at Walden’s Puddle
The Curly Breasted White Sebastopol Geese that were frozen to the ice on Lake Watauga at Centennial Park in Nashville were brought to Walden’s Puddle by one of our volunteers who happened to be in the area. Upon admission, the geese were very skinny, cold and exhausted from attempting to free themselves. They have since warmed up […]