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Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network gets ready for baby season amid COVID-19

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - While winter season tends to be slow for the Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network, managers say they're starting to pick up momentum.

That's because baby season is on its way.

They say this period tends to be the busiest time for wildlife rescue.

Many baby birds fall from their nests, and other young animals are often separated from their mothers.

Staff members are working hard to keep up with more wild animals coming in.

But as the organization continues to follow CDC guidelines during COVID-19, they are limited in the number of volunteers at the facility.

News Channel 3-12 will share how it's going, and what staff are doing to prepare for baby season.

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Patricia Martellotti

Patricia Martellotti is a reporter for News Channel 3-12. To learn more about Patricia, click here.

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