Diane Nicholas

Thank you garden feeds rescued fawns

When an Auburn man wanted to give back to a local animal rescue organization, he picked up his shovel. Eric Sauer, owner of Country Gardens agricultural services, wanted to thank ...

News article assisted fawn finder

Thank you, Auburn Journal, for running articles about local non-profit organizations. While mowing the pasture, over the July Fourth weekend, I came across a newborn fawn in the ta ...

Loomis fawn rescue offers second chance at life

A Loomis-based organization is hoping to give orphaned and injured fawns a second chance. Diane Nicholas started Kindred Spirits Fawn Rescue Jan. 1, but is facing some roadblocks ...

49 Fire survivor: Burned, blinded cat purrs for lost owners

The unnamed cat’s paws are red and raw from walking on red-hot embers. Her eyes are singed and closed, their corneas both badly burned. Smoke filled her lungs and she had to be p ...

Wise gardening saves wildlife this spring

Spring arrives next week and with it comes man-made dangers ranging from chainsaws to pruning shears for newborns on the edge of the wild in Placer County. Gold Country Wildlife R ...