The two marsupials at Best Friends now have names.
Two peregrine falcons didn’t quite hit it off in captivity, but they might in the wild.
Best Friends rehabilitates and releases a golden eagle who had nearly stuffed herself to death.
Best Friends takes in two juvenile marsupials. Note: it's a misconception that opossums are related to rats.
After falling from their nests, a spate of hatchlings arrive at Best Friends.
When a hummingbird accidentally moves in with the dogs, it’s time for TRR (trap, re-energize and release)!
For the Northern saw-whet owl who just arrived at Best Friends, there’s a big danger in being too friendly.
Mink who was having a tough time with the cats and dogs at another shelter comes to the Sanctuary.
An orphaned and sick baby bobcat brought to the Best Friends sanctuary last summer was recently returned to the southern Utah back country after a successful stay at our wildlife rehab center.
Great horned owl to receive nurturing from another older owl.