Injured & Orphaned Reptiles and Amphibians
Have you found a reptile or an amphibian?
The guideline for herps (reptiles and amphibians) care differs from that of other animals. Most herps do not care for their young. Every birth cycle, more offspring are produced than the environment can sustain.
When should you step in?
How to Transport a Rescued Animal to the Wildlife Rehabilitator:
The advice expressed on this page is to be utilized at your own discretion. Laws regarding wildlife may differ between counties.
Painted Turtle - Native
Red Eared Slider - Non-native
Bearded Dragon - Non-native
Isabelle T Deleski 914-462-0286
Kathleen Jacob 914-500-3273
Diana McKinnon 914-963-7772
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