Pine View Wildlife Rehabilitation Center - What's Happening
W4953 Hwy H, Fredonia, WI 53021
(262) 692-9021
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What's Happening
On a beautiful June afternoon, Pine View hosted a very special tour group. Our State Representative from the 60th District, Robert Brooks, and his adjuncts stopped by for a visit touring both locations. His last visit was over 20 years ago when he was leader of the Saukville Boy Scouts. To this day, we have multiple outdoor bird-of-prey enclosures designed and built by those scouts! A very small world! It was a morning of sharing, learning, and renewing commitments. We wish to express our thanks to Robert and team for taking a Saturday to visit Pine View. In addition, he gifted to Pine View a much needed riding lawn mower for Pine View South. Our crew is so appreciative! Thanks, Robert!
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Yea! The lumber for our new flight cage has arrived! Very exciting!!
Lumber for flight cage


Work has begun on the new well at Pine View South!! This is one of the exciting projects we are implementing and one that has been funded by private donations. In addition to the well, we are also building a new flight cage, and soon we'll start on replacing our septic system. We appreciate all of you who have contributed to these necessary projects here at Pine View. We couldn't do it without you! Thank you to all for your gifts as we move forward to protect our wildlife.
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Selling Fox! This is NOT acceptable! Fox are wild animals not pets! Sure they are cute- but they are high energy intelligent animals that need to live in the wild- not in a cage. Pine View has received numerous foxes over the years that have been kept in dark, cramped, inappropriate living conditions because someone thought it would be "fun" to have them as a pet and irresponsible sellers like this one don't care. Some have had to be euthanized as a result of their poor living conditions. Foxes have a scent gland that once they mature they smell very skunk like. They have very special nutritional needs.
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