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This year the time has come very early, when wild animals start having babies (and it’s already happening).

If you happen to notice a small baby rabbit, please do not touch it. It’s only acceptable to touch it, if the rabbit is in danger or injured.
If somehow the rabbit still gets some human scent onto it, then it should be rubbed gently with dirt and left exactly where it was found. The mother will come to get it in the evening, after a long day!
If the baby has moved to a different spot or completely disappeared by the next morning, then it’s all fine and there’s no reason to worry. If not, then it’s likely that the mother had to abandon the baby because of its “wrong” scent or something else has happened to her. In this case, you can help by contacting experienced specialists.

WE STRESS AGAIN, YOU SHOULD NEVER GIVE MILK TO BABY BIRDS OR ANIMALS AND THEY SHOULD ONLY BE TOUCHED WHEN ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY!


For more information read on our FACEBOOK PAGE.


Estonian Wildlife Rescue is based on volunteering and relies only on donations. That’s why every donation is very important to us!
If you wish to support wild animals who are injured or in need and help keep our advice and emergency line operating.
 
Call:
No: 9009933 - donate 5€
No: 9009955-donate 25€
(Works only if you call from an estonian number!)
(Please listen trough the whole story, otherwise we won’t get your donation!)
 
The donation can also be sent to a bank account:
EESTI METSLOOMAÜHING
Account Nr.: EE952200221067573100
SWIFT/BIC code: HABAEE2X
Explanation: "For helping wild animals!"
 
PayPal account link:
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Thanks to all of our contributors! ❤️
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