In this episode, Dave explains what goes on behind the scenes as we work to train and socialize the new wolf ambassadors, Rogue & Takelma. Wolves by nature are very shy animals. As Executive Director, Dave Siddon, Jr., explains, “a shy wolf is a live wolf out in the wild.” At Wildlife Images, each wolf…
Animals have lots of adaptations that allow them to survive in the cold winter temperatures. While much of the country bundles up during the start of 2018, here in southern Oregon we are still relatively mild. The most common question visitors ask during this time of year is, “do the bears hibernate?” As Dave Siddon,…
This weeks episode of Walk on the Wild Side!
Woodpecker release! Video: Courtesy of KTVL News 10, Medford.
Squirrel patients successfully released back into the wild! Video: Courtesy of KTVL News 10 Medford
Another Episode of Walk on the Wild Side. The Peregrine Falcon was successfully released shortly after filming. Video Courtesy of KTVL News, 10 Medford.
Thanks to our amazing animal care team, another peregrine falcon has been released back into the wild!
Our resident flying squirrel Pudding, being her adorable self. Our resident flying squirrel being her adorable self.
This week’s episode of Walk on the Wild Side! Video: Courtesy of KTVL NEWS 10, Medford.
Video: Courtesy of KTVL News 10, Medford.
A Stellar Jay was successfully rehabilitated and released back into the wild by our animal care team.
Five juvenile squirrels were successfully released back into the wild last weekend by our Animal Care Team. A squirrel who is nearly full-sized, has a full and fluffy tail and can run, jump and climb is independent. However, if a juvenile squirrel continuously approaches and follows people, then mom is probably gone. In this case,…