Caring for Minnesota's wildlife
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The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota provides
quality medical care and rehabilitation for all injured,
sick and orphaned wild animals, and shares its knowledge
with the people who care about them.

 

Open every day of the year!

 

Hours:

9am-6pm every day

 

651-486-9453.

 

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Trapped Coyote Leg Injury - Caught in a Trap

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This male coyote was spotted limping through yards in St. Anthony, Minn., with a leg-hold trap on its front left leg. Catching a healthy, mobile coyote is near impossible but DNR Conservation Officer Brad J. was able to catchpole the coyote, bringing him to WRC for treatment. In this photo, Brad and WRC Wildlife Vet Renee Schott are removing the trap from the coyote's leg while it's under anesthesia.

 

 

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