A few weeks old chick recovers after being admitted to a wildlife hospital

NAPLES, Fla. – A week old chick is recovering after being admitted to von Arx Wildlife Hospital last week.

A physical examination of the kitten revealed that it was weak, thin and bleeding from the wound on its abdomen, Southwest Florida Conservation said in a Facebook post.

Bats are fed a special formula that meets their dietary requirements as they have extremely sensitive digestive systems.

Mother white-tailed deer will stay away from their young during the day to avoid leading predators to their young. Seeing a chick resting in a bush or long grass is more common than usual. The chicks’ spotted plumage provides camouflage when they rest in these surrounding areas.

Usually, pigeons are nearby and will return at dusk to care for their kittens.

Interfering with a healthy kitten that is not an orphan can actually have negative effects on the kitten’s health and safety, The Conservancy of Southwest Florida said.

https://nbc-2.com/news/local/2022/02/17/week-old-fawn-recovering-after-being-admitted-to-wildlife-hospital/ A few weeks old chick recovers after being admitted to a wildlife hospital

Tom Vazquez

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