Springtime Alert - Do Not Disturb Young Wildlife
This month's Web Page of The Month is from our friends south of the border in Pennsylvania. We share a lot of wildlife species and their advice about leaving this spring's new arrivals alone is excellent. When you encounter youngsters whether in your back yard or while hiking in the hills, keep your distance. Mom is probably nearby keeping watch.
Encounters with animals can result in their untimely death. If you are bitten in your attempt to "help" an animal, it will need to be sacrificed for rabies testing. Make it a point to stay away.