It’s springtime in Georgia. The weather is warming, gardens are blooming and animals, well, they’re having babies. Lots and lots of babies. Sometimes, those babies need help. “It’s going to be non-stop this month,” wildlife rehabilitator Kim Wright said. She lives in the city of Byron.
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