Fox Rescue And Humane Deterrent Services
As branching features, The Canid Project provides the only species-specific fox rehabilitation program in Louisiana. Through this state-permitted program we rescue, rehabilitate, and release orphaned and injured Red and Gray Foxes. We also offer consultations on humane and ethical deterrence methods of foxes and coyotes, and/or the retrieval of injured or orphaned urban Red and Gray Foxes (and coyote on a case by case basis). The ultimate goal is to educate on the coexistence with our native wild canids. Through these community efforts we hope to add to what The Canid Project brings to the table through our photographic and educational endeavors.
HUMANE FOX DETERRENT AND INJURED OR ORPHANED FOX RETIEVAL IN LOUISIANA
Amy also offers ethical and humane Red Fox, Gray fox, and Coyote deterrent consultations state-wide. She also offers retrieval of orphaned or injured Red Fox and Gray Fox species (coyote on a case by case basis). She is a state-certified Nuisance Animal Wildlife Officer with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (permit currently pending). Please note: injured adult foxes must be released back into their original territory. They will not be relocated.
If you are currently seeking information on humane fox or coyote deterrents or have an orphaned or injured fox in the area please contact us: Email email@example.com or call us at 1-866-REDFOX1
STATE-PERMITTED RED AND GRAY FOX RESCUE AND REHABILITATION SERVICES IN LOUISIANA
Amy Shutt, director of The Canid Project, is a state-permitted Louisiana Wildlife Rehabilitator specializing in Red Foxes and Gray Foxes. Amy's goal is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release native foxes that are orphaned or injured back into their native habitat. She provides state-wide pick up.
Have you found an orphaned or injured fox? We provide a state-wide pick-up service and are willing to help in any way possible. Please contact us:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 1-866-REDFOX1
Fox Rehab and Rescue Journal
These videos aim to document different stages and aspects of the Red fox Rehabilitation process.
In this collection you will see videos starting in May 2017 and I will continue to shoot and post videos until the foxes leave the release area during dispersal.
So be sure to check back often!
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