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Byron feeding a fawn in his kitchen
Rescued baby skunk at Holly's Nest
Rescued baby possum at Holly's Nest
Byron holding rescued beaver t Holly's Nest
Kim petting fawn at Holly's Nest

What We Do - Wildlife Animal Rescue

Holly’s Nest is a 501(c)(3) non-profit wildlife rescue and rehabilitation organization dedicated to the preservation of wildlife and their natural environment. We take in orphaned and abandoned wild animals and birds to nurture them and return them to freedom.

We provide a safe haven for injured, sick, and orphaned animals to receive professional medical care and rehabilitation in order to be released back into the wild. Our team is passionate about our mission and we strive to ensure that every animal we take in gets the care and attention they deserve.

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Wildlife Species We Handle

Group of rescued fawns feeding

Each year Holly’s Nest takes in over 100 fawns that have been either abandoned or orphaned. The fawns will initially stay in the nursery which is 40′ x 20′ x 12′ and has four compartments. After spending time in the nursery and acclimating to their new surroundings, they will be moved into a 91′ x 15′ x 10′ enclosure until their release.

Rescued Screech Owl at Holly's Nest
Raptors, Songbirds, and Water Fowl

In 2020, Holly’s Nest received our Raptor permit. With this, we can take in owls, eagles, hawks and other raptors. We also take in various songbirds and water fowl.

Two rescued foxes relaxing
Rabies Vector Species

Included in the rabies vector species are raccoons, foxes, bats, and skunks, along with many others. Holly’s Nest maintains enclosures to safely house each of the animals within the RVS.

Rescued baby beaver being fed at Holly's Nest
Small Mammals

Holly’s Nest takes in many small mammals, including bunnies, opossums, squirrels, beavers, groundhogs, and many more. Each species has specifically designed stand-alone enclosures designed to fit their specific rehabilitation needs.

Holly's Nest's founder, Byron, releasing an owl after it's rescue and rehab
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