Shake up this satisfying wildlife-themed adult beverage with us during Wild Night’s Happy Hour. You’ll need: 1.5 ounces of vodka or gin 1 ounce of elderflower liqueur 1/2 lime (fresh squeezed) 2 sprigs of mint pure pressed applejuice to top off Instructions: In a shaker, add all the ingredients and a cup of ice. Shake vigorously for 1-2 minutes. Strain into a martini or highball glass and enjoy!

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As soon as you find a baby wild animal, it is very important that you do your best to reunite it with its family before taking it to the nearest licensed rehabilitator. Many baby animals who are found alone typically have parents in the area who are afraid of coming in contact with humans or out foraging for food. There are different protocols you should follow, depending on the type of critter you find and whether it’s injured or not. For specific instructions, call our center at 303-823-8455…

Sticky traps are one of the cruelest methods of pest control. These devices consist of a cardboard or plastic base and a strong, adhesive top layer. They are usually used to exterminate bugs and rodents. Unfortunately, many non-invasive animals get caught in these traps such as reptiles, squirrels, and even birds. The sticky adhesive is non-toxic, so the animal that becomes stuck can be there for days until it eventually dies. Once an animal is stuck, it’s nearly impossible for them to get free on their own. Feathers,…

There are many ways you can help wildlife at home. Simple steps such as growing native plants, not using harmful pesticides on your yard, and providing water stations are all things that can essentially help the wellbeing of wildlife in your area. Growing Native Plants Planting native plants is a great way to support wildlife around your home and provide them with the right nutrients. Native plants provide birds with many benefits such as nesting materials, shelter, and food. The Common Sunflower is a great plant that provides…