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Puget Sound Wildcare

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28727 216th Ave SE Kent, WA 98042

January 24, 2017

This winter has been harsh for a lot of critters, especially our native bats! These two Silver-haired Bats are in a hibernaculum, where they will spend the winter sleeping in comfort. The room that they are in barely gets above 50°F, which is a little bit above optimal...

December 19, 2016

With the first big cold snap of the winter season, we'd like everybody to be aware of how dangerous the cold can be for our only permanent hummingbird species, the Anna's Hummingbird. They're certainly the hardiest of them all, able to withstand freezing temperatures....

April 12, 2016

A woman was driving behind a pickup truck the other day when she saw it suddenly swerve onto the shoulder, return to its lane, and keep going. Horrified, she realized the driver of the truck had just run over and instantly killed a mother duck -- right in front of her...

March 14, 2016

Rainy weather brings some challenges for birds that fly at night. The pavement, often a dark color, is wet and in the moonlight it looks like water. These birds think they are landing on water and when they hit the payment, they take a big tumble.  Often, they are diso...