Ark Association to Rescue Kritters

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Ark Association to Rescue Kritters
Ark Association to Rescue Kritters is listed in the Humane Societies category in Saint Helen, Michigan. Displayed below is the only current social network for Ark Association to Rescue Kritters which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Ark Association to Rescue Kritters on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 80.

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3878 S Maple Valley Rd
Saint Helen, MI 48656
(989) 389-3305

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Ark Association to Rescue Kritters has an overall ZapScore of 80. This means that Ark Association to Rescue Kritters has a higher ZapScore than 80% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Saint Helen, Michigan is 36 and in the Humane Societies category is 57. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Nap time!

This Merlin came in almost 2 weeks ago. He was hit by car. He substantiated damage to the right eye. With any luck it will heal, but he would make a great education ambassador if it doesn't. Merlins are the second smallest in the falcon family, only bigger than the American Kestral.

A.R.K. / Association to Rescue Kritters added 3 new photos.
Do you remember these little ones? The top and left picture is the day these baby flying squirrels were brought in, a week apart. On the right was taken just a few days ago. Although they are full grown, they would stay with the parents for the first winter. Currently, their diet is carrots, lichen, acorns, fungi, and a few other things.

First impressions are important! Here are 3 Eastern Grey Screech owls. Two of these guys were born this year, and the other is a couple years old. We introduced them into a new enclosure, and they had to be put in at the same time. This way none of them are entering into the other's territory. The Screech on the crate is non releasable, and we are currently looking for another education program to place him in.

Happy Sunday! Enjoy this clip of a recent release of 3 Canadian Geese and a Mallard duck. Have a good life!