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With baby wildlife in full swing, it is time to share information about "Rabies Vector Species" (RVS) and wildlife rehabilitation. RVS mammals include raccoons, skunks and bats. Babies of these species can carry rabies from birth, which can be transmitted to humans and other mammals. NEVER touch them without gloves, and if you know that someone has, you need to call your County Health Department, so that the animals can be tested for rabies. There are only a few wildlife rehabilitators that a qualified to raise orphaned RVS species, and at this time of the year, they are overwhelmed with animals. You can contact them, but please understand, there is only so much one can do in a day. There is a list of RVS rehabilitators on the NYS DEC web site.
Niagara County Health Dept. 716-439-7444
Erie County Health Dept. 716-961-6800
Orleans County Health Dept. 585-589-3278

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HELP NUMBERS

JACKIE .....................(716) 625-8189
BOB ......................... (716) 796-5771
BEN ......................... (716) 940-2478
KATHY ..................... (716) 907-2325
KEVIN .......................(716) 907-1513

 

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