Volunteers Knit Nests for Rescued Wild Animals

A worldwide network of knitters helps wild animals who’ve been injured or lost their habitats stay cozy in little knitted nests. "The nests offer security and warmth, which is essential in rehabilitating wildlife," said Katie Deline-Ray, who runs the Wildlife Rescue Nests network. The 800 volunteers send the nests for small and medium mammals, like birds and bats, to about 240 rehabilitation centers. — See photos at Yahoo

Thanks to Wild At Heart Rescue for this pic of Dox, a little Red fox they are caring for :)

Posted by Wildlife Rescue Nests on Wednesday, February 17, 2016

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