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Everyday is an adventure here at Crespo’s wildlife solutions.  We see all types of wildlife in all types of situations which we want to share with you.  Below is a feed from our Facebook photos.

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We remove birds from dryer vents but this is outside our expertise 😁
My Christian brother Mark Sotosky had these made after a loving conversation with my other Christian brother Rodney Hatfield. You can get one for $10. 100% of the proceeds go to The Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Please message below the amount you would like and your size. We will deliver locally to the johnstown area or make arrangements for pick up. Please share!!
Got this letter from a struggling customer who was consistently making small payments on her invoice. I received this after waiving the remaining balance. Feels so good to bless someone who could really use it. #blessothers
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Corona comedy
1st bald eagles of the season for me. This one is sporting immature plumage which means it is probably 2 yrs old.
Beautiful morning with a beautiful sunrise.
Covid comedy 😁
Another day out in God’s beautiful creation!!
Having a picnic! Who are you inviting to sit at your table 😁
Covid comedy 😁
Someone is loving the quarantine 😊
Looking for an exciting job in the Cranberry Twp/Butler County area!! Check this out and please share!!
Looking for an exciting job!! Check this out and please share!!
Thank you to Bella Terra Vineyards for their continuing patronage 💖. I pray this fruit basket helps keep mama and baby healthy through the new year!! Merry Christmas Jay and Joanna!!
Maybe you should have called the professionals earlier lol
Here is the photo just before we set him free. Check out my previous post to see the video of him tangled in a vine.
Dad finally scored on a nice buck!! So blessed to have been able to provide this opportunity for him. Praise be to the Lord. #Johnstownpa
This is Jim Thorpe...  all 6'1" 203 pounds of him.. Look closely at the photo, you can see that he's wearing different socks and shoes. This wasn't a fashion statement. It was the 1912 Olympics, and Jim, an American Indian from Oklahoma represented the U.S. in track and field. On the morning of his competitions, his shoes were stolen. Luckily, Jim ended up finding two shoes in a garbage can. That's the pair that he's wearing in the photo. But one of the shoes was too big, so he had to wear an extra sock. Wearing these shoes, Jim won two gold medals that day.  This is a perfect reminder that you don't have to resign to the excuses that have held you back. So what if life hasn't been fair? What are you going to do about it today? Whatever you woke up with this morning; stolen shoes, ill health, failed relationships, failed business, don't let it stop you from running your race. You can experience more in life if you'll get over the excuses and get on with living. You can have reasons or you can have results...but you can't have both.
This muskrat built a nest inside the filter of our customers swimming pool! After 20 years you think you have seen and heard it all. There is always something wild when you are dealing with wildlife!!
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