Fire: Call 911
Ambulance: Call 911
Injured Animals: Rowena Wildlife Clinic 541-478-2584
Call us for help if you feel unsafe picking up an injured animal. But the outcome will be better if you can move it to shelter without delay. Keep a cardboard box and a blanket or large towel handy. If you can approach the animal without its running away, throw the blanket over its head and eyes. All species become calmer when they can’t see. Transfer the blanket and patient into the box and close the lid. If the animal struggles as you pick it up, be sure to keep the eyes covered. Try to restrain the most dangerous appendages (claws or pointed beak).