August - November, 2018 Wildlife Report

During the months of August, September, October, and November the Mercer County Wildlife Center accepted the following 764 animals for rehabilitation:

209  Eastern gray squirrel

111  Eastern cottontail

  36  Eastern box turtle

  33  House sparrow

  30  Mourning dove

  29  Common raccoon

  18  Rock dove

  15  Gray catbird

  15  White-footed mouse

  15  Common map turtle

  13  Blue jay

  12  Red-tailed hawk

  11  American robin

  11  House finch

  11  American goldfinch

  11  Eastern painted turtle

  10  Virginia opossum

  10  Yellow-bellied slider

    9  American crow

    9  Big brown bat

    8  Red fox

    8  Woodchuck

    8  Striped skunk

    7  Canada goose

    7  Cooper's hawk

    7  Northern cardinal

    7  White-tailed deer

    6  Fish crow

    4  Great horned owl

    4  Chimney swift

    4  Bald eagle

    4  Ruby-throated hummingbird

    8  Snapping turtle

    3  Great blue heron

    3  American kestrel

    3  Herring gull

    2  Great black-backed gull

    2  Double-crested cormorant

    2  Peregrine falcon

    2  Chipping sparrow

    2  Barn swallow

    2  Northern saw-whet owl

    2  Broad-winged hawk

    2  House wren

    2  Eastern screech-owl

    2  Eastern red bat

    2  Northern flying squirrel

    2  Red-bellied turtle

    2  Common garter snake

    1  Common yellowthroat

    1  Green frog

    1  Hermit thrush

    1  Pileated woodpecker

    1  European starling

    1  Northern mockingbird

    1  Turkey vulture

    1  Virginia rail

    1  Ring-billed gull

    1  Song sparrow

    1  Tufted titmouse

    1  Dark-eyed junco

    1  White-breasted nuthatch

    1  Yellow-billed cuckoo

    1  Black vulture

    1  Cape May warbler

    1  Northern bobwhite

    1  Red-shouldered hawk

    1  Wood thrush

    1  Brown creeper

    1  Downy woodpecker

    1  Great egret

    1  Common raven

    1  Silver-haired bat

    1  Norway rat

    1  Meadow vole

    1  Common musk turtle

    1  Diamondback terrapin

    1  Northern long-eared bat