Facility cares for wounded, orphaned wildlife

Nanci Limbach, executive director of the Pauline S. Schneegas Wildlife Foundation in Silt, says “Got Milk!” as she holds a week-old racoon, not old enough for its eyes to be open, after she fed it. The litter of racoons were recovered from a Garfield County area after the mother had been shot. Limbach feeds the racoons every four hours 24/7.



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Nanci Limbach, executive director of the Pauline S. Schneegas Wildlife Foundation in Silt, says “Got Milk!” as she holds a week-old racoon, not old enough for its eyes to be open, after she fed it. The litter of racoons were recovered from a Garfield County area after the mother had been shot. Limbach feeds the racoons every four hours 24/7.

Nanci Limbach has mothered orphaned black bear and mountain lion cubs, litters of raccoons and plenty of deer and elk. As executive director of the Pauline S. Schneegas Wildlife Foundation…




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