Three orphaned Gray Foxes that were rehabilitated at the Chintimini Wildlife Center in Oregon are released back into the wild. Their mother was killed by a car and the three babies were found near her body on the side of the road by some good Samaritans who picked them up and brought them to Chintimini, where they were raised up until they were old enough to fend for themselves. They were then taken back to the area where they were found and were released back into the wild for a second chance at life.
Rehabilitated Orphaned Gray Foxes Released
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