Javelina Reunited with her Baby

Nothing can be more discouraging than seeing baby animals separated from their mother. Update: we were able to reunite the baby javelinas with their mother due to a brilliant idea by Jeff Carver

Nothing can be more discouraging than seeing baby animals separated from their mother. Update: we were able to reunite the baby javelinas with their mother due to a brilliant idea by Jeff Carver.

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Bobcat Capture and Release in Tucson

When we capture an animal our job is barely half done. It is of the upmost Importance to Marc and I how and where we release them. I found a beautiful spot for this bobcat release and I’m sure this feisty cat will settle in to his new home without any issues.

When we capture an animal our job is barely half done. It is of the upmost Importance to Marc and I how and where we release them. I found a beautiful spot for this bobcat release and I’m sure this feisty cat will settle in to his new home without any issues.https://www.animalexpertsinc.com/

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Friday, July 27, 2018

The Rock Squirrel

Introducing the Rock Squirrel. This little guy is responsible for a lot of our business. They are super cute but they can sure raise a racket in your ceiling even chewing holes in the ceilings to peak down at you. This little guy is now in his new digs where he won’t bother anyone else. Remember to screen your vents and secure your attics and crawl spaces.
Squirrel inside of a trap

Beautiful Harris Hawk Rescue

This beautiful Harris hawk became tangled in aviary netting that housed peacocks and turkeys, and other game birds. I was able to rescue the hawk with no apparent injuries observed. None of the birds in the aviary were injured, however, the hawk managed to kill & eat a dove outside of the aviary.

This beautiful Harris hawk became tangled in aviary netting that housed peacocks and turkeys, and other game birds. I was able to rescue the hawk with no apparent injuries observed. None of the birds in the aviary were injured, however, the hawk managed to kill & eat a dove outside of the aviary.

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Thursday, November 1, 2018

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