PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (CBS) – It was a good thing one New Hampshire driver decided to take a look under the hood.

In a Facebook post, Portsmouth Police said a resident called Animal Control Officer Bonnie Robinson after finding a squirrel’s nest inside the engine compartment of her car.

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“As you can see, it was quite a nest!” police said.

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A New Hampshire driver found a squirrel's nest underneath the hood of their car. (Image Credit: Portsmouth Police Department)

A New Hampshire driver found a squirrel’s nest underneath the hood of their car. (Image Credit: Portsmouth Police Department)

Robinson took the baby squirrels to the Center for Wildlife where they can be cared for.

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“This week is ACO Appreciation Week and the PPD certainly appreciates the work (Robinson) does for our community every day,” police added.