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Human-wildlife interactions are becoming more and more common as urban sprawl and population continue to increase in size. Sick, injured, and orphaned animals do need our help, but sometimes wild animals are best left alone. Animals such as rabbits will often hide their nest under a layer of fur and then leave it alone to make it less detectable to predators. So how do you know when to intervene? Ask the experts! If you have a wildlife-related question or a clearly injured wild animal and are not sure what to do, please try contacting the following wildlife rehabilitators.
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