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Kind volunteers are knitting cozy nests for rescued wild animals

March 6, 2016 - Uncategorized



Katie Deline-Ray wants to help injured wildlife feel a little cozier.

Her global volunteer network, Wildlife Rescue Nests, knits hundreds of tiny nests for birds and mammals who have sustained injuries or lost their habitats in the wild. 

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As the animals recover in rehabilitation centers, the nests are an important part of their healing process. 

“The nests offer security and warmth, which is essential in rehabilitating wildlife,” Deline-Ray told The Dodo

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Source: Mashable

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