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Opossums breed twice a year, From February – September. The average litter contains 8 to 13 babies.
It is common to encounter baby birds in the spring and summer. As the little birds learn to fly, they spend a lot of time on the ground.
White-tailed Deer fawns are born April – July, the majority of fawns born in June.
Rabbits nest from March through September and have a litter every 28 days. The average litter contains four to five babies.
Gray squirrels nest twice a year, in late winter and summer. They commonly have litters of three or four pups.
Rabies Vector Animals
Raccoons, Foxes, Coyotes, Bats, Skunks and other Rabies Vector Animals are not accepted by Law (in North Carolina).
Chipmunks are often caught by cats or dogs, or they may survive being hit by a car. These animals needs to be rescued.
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