By young rabbits, does, stags, fallow deer and moufflons who are not really alone (running around in confusion, whistling and usually exhausted), are injured or stuck in places they can´t get out of without being helped. For the first weeks of life, young animals are actually much safer when they hide somewhere without a danger of being noticed and their mother comes to feed them from time to time. (DON´T ever touch these young animals!)
By young squirrels, hedgehogs and martens in their burrows. (They need help only when their home has been destroyed, they are injured or their mother has died.)
Not injured young songbirds (titmice, thrushes etc.), young owls and birds of prey. Their parents are not with them in the nest all the time – they are searching for nourishment. Once young birds leave the nest, they can´t fly very well and use to sit on the ground or in bushes. If in danger, they can be taken carefully and placed somewhere safe not further than approx. 10 metres so that their parents can find them.