A Warm Welcome

If you have found an animal in need and are looking for help, check out our What To Do page for advice and helpful information.

squirrel_with_mangeAs the temperatures drop this week be on the lookout for squirrels that may show up in your yard naked from the disease mange. It can only be treated with several doses of Ivemectrin orally, in addition to supportive care. If the squirrel is weak and debilitated and you can catch it, please bring it into us for treatment and long term care. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us by phone or facebook message.

Enjoy this article on the Nook written by Ann Krammerer: Wildlife Rehabber Combines Nature and Nurture On City’s Far North Side.

Amazon Smile Charity!
We are set up as a Charity on Amazon Smile!  If you place orders on Amazon, please be sure to go to smile.amazon.com, set us up as the charity you would like to donate to, and make your purchases using the smile.amazon.com website. Same deals as those that are on Amazon, but Amazon will donate a portion of the proceeds to your specified charity. Happy shopping! And if you need extra stuff to fill up your basket, don’t forget about our Amazon wish list for item donation needs!

24068616_1881525881875579_2945941868963216376_oWhat is Nottingham Nature Nook?

Nottingham Nature Nook is an organization for people interested in:

  • Continually educating themselves and the general public about wildlife, especially those species with the most unintentional human/animal interaction: birds, deer, opossums, rabbits, raccoons, and squirrels.
  • Supporting and aiding orphaned wildlife babies and injured adults through the use of wildlife rehabilitators.
  • Educating the public as to when help is needed and when it is not, and what immediate steps to take.
  • Providing educational group outings for all ages and programs especially structured for Boy/Girl Scouts.shapeimage_2

You can read more about who we are and why we do what we do here.

If you are interested in meeting with us to discuss the how and why of wildlife safety and rescue, or to schedule a group outing, please contact Cheryl Connell-Marsh at 517-351-7304.


We are located right next to Nottingham Equestrian Center:
16848 Towar Ave
East Lansing, MI 48823