GREEN BAY - It's a busy time of year for the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, especially for the staff that cares for injured or orphaned wildlife.
They are caring for lots of new animals, including squirrels, raccoons, birds and some new wolf pups.
Wondering what to do if you come upon an injured or orphaned animal in the wild? Click here for more information from the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary.
This is also a great time to visit the sanctuary. The warmer weather brings all sorts of new events for the spring. Click here for a list of events.
FOX 11's Angela Kelly visited the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary for Thursday's Good Day Wisconsin. Click on the video links to your left to watch the segments that featured songbirds, squirrels, raccoons and the new wolf pups!
You can meet the wolf pups on Saturday, May 11 from 11-1 p.m.
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