What To Do If You Find Orphaned Wildlife In Your Backyard

Around this time of year you might notice a few univited visitors around your home. National Park Service Officials say it is common for people to find raccoons, squirrels and plenty other animals abadoned by their mothers. Some of the time the young animals need care and special attention, others it's better to leave them alone. There is a special seminar to teach people about wildlife around homes.

  • "Are You My Mother"
  • Gulf Islands National Seashore - Visitor Center
  • Sunday-May 21, 2000
  • 2:00 p.m.
  • (228) 875-9057