The weather is warming. Flowers are blooming. The rain is (supposedly) subsiding.
Spring also brings a bounty of baby animals, some of them orphaned or presumably so. That makes late March through September the busiest time of year for local wildlife centers, including the nonprofit Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley (WCSV). The San Jose-based rehabilitation facility serves injured, sick and orphaned critters sourced from communities between Mountain View and Gilroy – everything from hatchling birds to bobcats.