Entrapment in a defined area where the body is free to move clear of restrictions however, escape away from the enclosed area is difficult.
A confining object, device or circumstance whose primary function is something other than the capture/restraint of animals.
A confining object, device or circumstance whose primary function is to capture animals. Traps capturing animals other than the intended species of interest are included (by-catch).
Any object propelled by a force through the air or water that eventually comes to rest.
Presence of botanicals, such as tree sap, burrs or other natural plant products on the animal or in some other way contributing to its capture. May be used with Entrapment
Conditions caused by environmental factors that lead directly or indirectly to the animal being found and admitted for rehabilitation.
Collision with an object that is stationary that may be either manmade or a natural feature. The stationary object may have moving parts such as a windmill or hydro dam.
Collision with an object that is in motion such as a vehicle or an object being swung purposefully or accidentally at the animal.
Collision with a moving object handled by a human either accidentally or with the intent of impact. The colliding object must not be thrown or it becomes a projectile. Examples: shovel used to hit a snake, tennis racket used to strike a bat, etc.
Entrapment within any kind of body of water such as a swimming pool, fountain, lake, etc.