Animal Rehabilitator Kathy Woods is a Wildlife Florence Nightingale It's the "insanely busy season" at the largest wildlife rehabilitation center in the Baltimore area. Which means that more than the usual complement of injured and orphaned animals have taken up residence in the basement of Kathy Woods' modest ranch house in the Phoenix woods. Baby sparrows are chirping. Raccoons, possums and groundhogs waddle in cages. Two tiny barn owls "scream their lungs out" when hungry.