the staff of the Ridgewood blog
Ho-Ho-Kus NJ, according to NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife in the spring and summer months, you may find what appears to be sick, injured or orphaned wildlife. New Jersey Fish and Wildlife urges you to leave young wildlife undisturbed. Every year, especially around this time, the lives of many young animals are disrupted. Well-intentioned people may attempt to “save” these animals while most often, the mother is nearby.