Wynn and Wilson weekday mornings.
Nationally recognized with 3 ACM nominations and 1 CRS Country Aircheck Award for Personality of the Year
When Fran Kitchen was 19, she took in an orphaned baby robin a neighbor had found. She went to the library, researched robins, what they ate, how they lived. She then raised the tiny bird to adulthood, eventually releasing it back into the wild. In the 47 years since, Kitchen, of Akron, has devoted her life to rehabilitating wild animals in Northeast Ohio. She has helped tens of thousands of orphaned or injured squirrels, rabbits, birds, foxes, raccoons, opossums and more return to the wild, earning a spot alongside Bob Evans and Johnny Appleseed in the Ohio Natural Resources Hall of Fame. Taking a rare break between answering calls, caring for her "tenants" and conducting educational programs, Kitchen recently answered a few questions from PDQ's John Campanelli. Click here to read the article and read about Fran and FAQ's.
Here is a Wish List of needed items that Fran uses a lot of in her animal rehab: