FourWands Wildlife

FourWands Wildlife Rehabilitation is a New Hampshire licensed rehabilitator located in Langdon, NH.  We take in most small, non-rabies vector, mammals with the goal of returning them to the wild as soon as they are able.  While we take in whatever we are permitted to, we specialize in the five squirrel species native to New Hampshire.  We have successfully raised and released hundreds of orphaned and injured squirrels as well as snowshoe hares, weasels, porcupines and opossums ranging from hours-old babies to adults with severe head trauma or life-threatening illness such as Squirrel Fibroma Virus aka “squirrelpox”.

If you are seeking help with an orphaned or injured animal within the state of New Hampshire, please give us a call at 603.574.4047


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FourWands Wildlife Rehabilitation

FourWands Wildlife Rehabilitation is a New Hampshire state-licensed rehabilitation facility taking in small mammals. FourWands Wildlife Rehabilitation is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Our Amazon Wishlist: http://a.co/hK3xIbl
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FourWands Wildlife RehabilitationSunday, February 25th, 2024 at 12:32pm
As you may have read, Peekaboo will be staying at Fourwands Wildlife as the veterinarian at Cornell has determined him to be unreleasable. So I've been trying to find an enclosure that will service as "Peekaboo's Palace" and I think I am settling on the one in the second photo.
It is available from Tractor Supply Co. for $600. I was unprepared for the need for a new large enclosure right now so if you would like to donate towards a new permanent enclosure for this handsome fellow, you can donate here, through PayPal.me/Fourwandswildlife or Venmo at Fourwandswildlife.
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FourWands Wildlife RehabilitationSaturday, February 24th, 2024 at 12:38pm
They are home!!!
I cannot thank everyone enough for their unbelievable support in getting these two the care that they needed. Thank you to my husband for driving them there and back, Cheryl at We Are Their Voice - Wildlife Care and Rescue LLC for taking such good care of them between Peanut's rechecks, Dr Hopf and the staff at Cornell University's The Janet L. Swanson Wildlife Hospital for their care and to those who donated towards their bill. This could not have been done without your kindness and support and we are all so incredibly grateful.
I missed them both and I am so glad that they are home!! ❤️ ❤️ ❤️
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FourWands Wildlife RehabilitationSaturday, February 24th, 2024 at 7:21am
Peekaboo and Save Peanut are on thier way back to their Mommy at FourWands Wildlife Rehabilitation Peanut and I didn't become friends again ( I think twice a day meds affected that) and Peekaboo wouldn't let me boop his adorable nose. Was a pleasure to critter sit them both though. Peanut and Mom will be very happy once reunited.
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FourWands Wildlife RehabilitationFriday, February 23rd, 2024 at 10:52am
This guy. ❤️
For all that think he doesn't like me, please know he would absolutely not be looking for me if he didn't want to see me.
He knows that I have never hurt him and that I have always had his back. ❤️
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FourWands Wildlife RehabilitationWednesday, February 21st, 2024 at 8:52am
Peanut and Peekaboo updates!
Peanut was checked again at Cornell this afternoon. At this time, no further surgery is needed as radiographs are showing improvement in the tooth. Dr Hopf believes the tooth was just growing a bit weird and making her uncomfortable. Measurements to her teeth are exactly as they were two weeks ago so they are wearing correctly. She still favors soft food but she is being put on pain meds while the tooth grows out.
Hopefully she will continue to improve from here on.

Peekaboo's blood work and fungal culture were perfect. Any sign of infection is gone. However, Peekaboo has been determined to be non-releasable due to excess bone in his hind right leg preventing the movement needed to climb trees where he would get his primary food source. Soooo I will be applying for a permit to keep him here as an educational ambassador. I have also added a larger enclosure to my Amazon wishlist that will serve as a permanent home for him. He will also need his own little "porcupine house".

I am so grateful to Cheryl at We Are Their Voice - Wildlife Care and Rescue LLC and to Dr Hopf and the staff at The Janet L. Swanson Wildlife Hospital at Cornell for looking after these two. You guys have been wonderful.❤️❤️❤️
Peanut and Peekaboo should be coming home this weekend. I have missed them and look forward to them coming home!!
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FourWands Wildlife RehabilitationTuesday, February 20th, 2024 at 1:21pm
Xena. ❤️
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