Trees and Mountains

How You Can Help

There are several ways you can help - check out below!

Found an injured or orphaned animal? See below.

Monthly donations can be made at:

Amazon Wishlist Link

Venmo and Patreon

Donate items below:

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Vegetable/Fruit  Needs

Asparagus

Avocado

Bell Peppers

Broccoli

Carrots

Brussel Sprouts

Cauliflower

Corn

Eggplant

Greens: Turnip greens, collards, Bok Choy, 

       Romaine, Butter lettuce, Kale, Cabbage, 

Swiss chard

Mushrooms

Okra

Radishes

Sweet potato

Squash

Sugar Snap Peas

Tomato

Turnips

Zucchini

Fruit:

Apples

Apricot

Bananas

Berries: Blueberries, strawberries, 

        blackberries, raspberries, Cherries

Grapes

Nectarines

Peaches

Pear

Plums

Protein, Dairy and other foods

Protein:

Sardines, in water

Salmon, canned in water

Fish

Crayfish

Clams

Mussels

Chicken

Chicken paws

Chicken livers

Crickets

Mealworms

Insects, canned or dried

Frog legs

Eggs

Dairy:

Plain Yogurt, no artificial sweeteners

Cheese - mozzarella

Heavy Cream

Goat’s Milk

Nuts and other items:

MONKEY/RODENT CHOW

Squirrel Mix

Mixed Nuts - Almonds, pecans, walnuts, hazelnuts, black walnuts, peanuts

Seeds - pumpkin, sesame, and more

Other Items

Frequently Used Supplies List

Dawn dishwashing liquid Bleach

Pine Sol

fleece blankets

towels: dish towels, bath towels 

Laundry Detergent (dye and fragrance free)

Paper Towels

Baby wipes

Goat's Milk Esbilac Formula (

              Bulldog puppy on front)

Dog Food - dry and wet

Natural Foods

Trees:

Apple

Aspen

Birch

Black walnut

Bottlebrush

Cheery

Dogwood

Hickory

Magnolia

Maple

Mulberry

Oak

Orange

Palm

Pear

Pine (3 and 5 needle)

Poplar

Spruce

Walnut


Plants:

Dandelion greens

Hibiscus

Lambsquarter

Natal Plum

Lawn Grass

Red Clover

Rose Hips

White Clover

 

Flowers:

Bottlebrush

Camelia

Carnations

Chrysanthemum

Daisies

Marigold

Moss Rose

Petunia

Primrose

Portulaca

Roses

Torenia

Tulips/crocus

What do I do if I find an orphaned or injured animal?

Place the animal in a secure container - box with lid that allows air flow or animal carrier - with a t-shirt, fleece blanket or towel. If possible, place a heating pad or hot hands under the animal. Immediately contact a licensed wildlife rehabilitator in your area. Do not give food or water to the animal until you are instructed to do so by a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. 

 

Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitators can be found at your state wildlife agency or at Animal Help Now's website:  ahnow.org 

MAKE AN IMPACT.

If you would like to support Possumbilities, please let us know! We appreciate your support. 

How can you help? 

Let us know by emailing us. 

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