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Hundreds of wild animals are brought to the Lancaster SPCA every year, but for the last seven years there’s been no one qualified to handle them. “It has been a big problem. Basically the rehabilitators in other counties have had to pick up the slack for Lancaster,” said Susan Martin who’s the Executive Director of the Lancaster SPCA.
However that’s all going to change, because Martin is training to become an official wildlife rehabilitator for Lancaster. She’s training at the Red Creek Wildlife Center in Schuylkill County. Part of that training is caring for the litter of coyote puppies.
“A hunter was hunting with dogs and the dogs had gotten a hold of the mother,” said Martin.
Hundreds of injured and baby wild animals, like the coyotes, owe their lives to the Red Creek Wildlife Center. The founder of the center, Peggy Hentz, said it takes a…
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