Wildlife workers stay busy in hurricane's wake

08/31/2011 | News Virginian (Waynesboro, Va.), The

Hurricane Irene's high winds downed trees and residents are finding many injured and displaced animals, including scores of baby squirrels. Veterinarians and caretakers are tending to approximately 140 squirrels at the Wildlife Center of Virginia. The baby squirrels require four to six feedings a day, a labor-intensive feat for staff.

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