Rebecca Galligan, a wildlife rehabilitation specialist, feeds a special squirrel formula to a rescued baby squirrel at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida in Naples on Thursday, Aug. 30, 2007. Each year the vast majority of squirrel baby rescues occur from August to October due to the time of year when female squirrels typically give birth to young. The Conservancy Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is currently caring for 16 squirrels and all are expected to be eventually released back into the wild. A total of approximately 100 injured or orphaned birds, mammals and reptiles native to Florida are currently being housed and cared for at the center mostly due to the affect human beings have on the environment. The rehabilitation center releases close to 50 percent of the wildlife they receive back into the wild and cares for approximately 2,500 animals each year. The rehabilitation center continually receives orphaned or injured animals from caring citizens throughout Southwest Florida. For more information or to volunteer at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida call (239) 262-0304.