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Nursing the wounded back into the wild

Nelson Daily Staff
By Nelson Daily Staff
June 2nd, 2014

There’s wonderful person living in Nelson who does not take kindly to wildlife not being cared for.

The latest orphan to come under the care of Helen Jameson is a baby moose.

Helen, who has tended orphaned wildlife for over 40 years (including grizzlies, black bears, moose, deer and other animals) is certainly kept busy feeding this hungry growing moose.

Nursing wounded wildlife back to health is not cheap, and while Jameson would never ask, others are looking to help her out by raising funds.

People watching the videos of this little moose and Helen, who will want to send their well-wishes and donations, can contact Pam Guille ( 250-551-0590).

Guille will take your calls and give Jameson your best wishes and donations.

In the meantime, the little moose will grow and move on and Helen will take in other orphans who need her help. I feel privileged to know Helen and I am very grateful that there are people like her in the world.

To view Helen’s latest work, go to the blog of Joanne Siderius.

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