Coopers Hawk Rescue in Tucson, Arizona

So I just broke this beautiful jailbird out of detention. This Coopers hawk had managed to sneak into an exercise yard at one of our local detention facilities and couldn’t find his way out on his own. This kind of call is something that Marc and I often get called in for, if you’re in the Tucson area and still interested in the program at the HUMANE SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA “Living with Wildlife”. This Thursday ,2/7/19, I’ll be there along with the Tucson Wildlife Center’s Angelina Fahey who’ll talk about wildlife rehabilitation. I’m looking forward to meeting our Facebook friends in person. To register: call (530)327-6088 Ext #125

So I just broke this beautiful jailbird out of detention. This Coopers hawk had managed to sneak into an exercise yard at one of our local detention facilities and couldn’t find his way out on his own. This kind of call is something that Marc and I often get called in for, if you’re in the Tucson area and still interested in the program at the HUMANE SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA “Living with Wildlife”. This Thursday ,2/7/19, I’ll be there along with the Tucson Wildlife Center’s Angelina Fahey who’ll talk about wildlife rehabilitation. I’m looking forward to meeting our Facebook friends in person. To register: call (530)327-6088 Ext #125

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Monday, February 4, 2019

Bats and Heights

Have I mentioned I’ve kind of got “a thing” about heights, well not so much heights as the falling from heights. Well sometimes we have to adapt and overcome when dealing with critters. This was all for a Little Brown Bat that got themselves stuck in the lobby of a downtown office building. #batsareawesome

 

Have I mentioned I’ve kind of got “a thing” about heights, well not so much heights as the falling from heights. Well sometimes we have to adapt and overcome when dealing with critters. This was all for a Little Brown Bat that got themselves stuck in the lobby of a downtown office building. #batsareawesomehttps://www.animalexpertsinc.com/

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Bats in Tucson, Arizona

Do you like bats? Do you like tequila? If you like tequila but hate bats I would suggest that you make an attempt to tolerate bats because they are the primary pollinator for agave plants which is the main ingredient to distill tequila. And for you hard-core drinker’s; this also goes for Mescal, yuck! Did you know that bats will consume 1/3 of it’s body weight in food per night. If my math is correct, that would be like my business partner, Jeff eating 280 Big Mac’s per night. Being a Buffalo native, I would have to eat 490 chicken wings with a gallon of blue cheese dressing.

Arizona Animal Experts, Inc in Tucson, Arizona

Do you like bats? Do you like tequila? If you like tequila but hate bats I would suggest that you make an attempt to tolerate bats because they are the primary pollinator for agave plants which is the main ingredient to distill tequila. And for you hard-core drinker’s; this also goes for Mescal, yuck!Did you know that bats will consume 1/3 of it’s body weight in food per night. If my math is correct, that would be like my business partner, Jeff eating 280 Big Mac’s per night. Being a Buffalo native, I would have to eat 490 chicken wings with a gallon of blue cheese dressing.

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Western Screech Owls in Tucson Arizona

Always be aware of your surroundings is my mantra for keeping you safe around wild animals but it applies in other aspects too. These 1-1/2 week old Western Screech owls ended up homeless because they went unnoticed.

Always be aware of your surroundings is my mantra for keeping you safe around wild animals but it applies in other aspects too. These 1-1/2 week old Western Screech owls ended up homeless because they went unnotice

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Tuesday, May 22, 2018

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