Time to return them to the wild. So off to Desert Cry’s secret release site on the Salt River...Fare well little ones.


Baby Skunks

Four baby skunks were captured at the Chandler Airport and placed in an oil coated steel drum! By the time they arrived at Desert Cry, they were in need of immediate medical care! The oil had begun to soak into their skin, creating the danger of poisoning them. Just as the Exxon oil spill killed thousands of wild animals, it could have killed them as well. So after a couple of baths with Dawn and doses of the appropriate medicine, their fur glistened and we avoided permanent organ damage. They soon began to eat well and gain weight.

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