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.

Contact information for Ark Association to Rescue Kritters is:
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 37 and in the Humane Societies category is 57. Learn more about ZapScore.

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We have received notification that a volunteer from Wildlife Rescue Nests has made some nests and chosen the ARK as the recipient. Wildlife Rescue Nests is a non profit organization whose volunteers knit or crochet nests and donate them to wildlife rehabilitation facilities all over the world. The nests are used for small mammals and birds. At the ARK we use them for baby bunnies, squirrels, opossums, birds, and other small mammals. Over the last few years we have received several nests and are very grateful. If you're interested in participating in such a project, please contact Wildlife Rescue Nests. These baby bunnies are enjoying the comfort of a nest donated last year.

A.R.K. / Association to Rescue Kritters shared Midwest Peregrine Society's post.
Peregrine Falcons are native to Michigan. We haven't had one admitted to us, they like to live in more places with rocky ledges. They have been seen in the UP and in Southern Michigan. Due to different pesticides like DDT that were used many many years ago their numbers dropped along with the Bald Eagles. DDT has been banned and the birds have made a comeback!
This never gets old.
Watch the fastest animal in the world - a peregrine falcon - effortlessly accelerate to speeds of more than 290 kilometres per hour to chase a plummeting skydiver.

Another thankful kritter enjoying his tree!

Update on the Snowy: The Snowy is progressing amazingly well after being on death's door 11 days ago. Medicated eye drops are being applied everyday, but there's a good chance she will never be able to see out of that eye again. She's eating 4-6 mice a day, and has been moved into another inside enclosure.

A.R.K. / Association to Rescue Kritters added 3 new photos.
Thank you for the donated Christmas trees!