Duck Tales Archives
Read all about the recent animal releases like a cold stunned Diamondback Terrapin, a Cormorant with a Quahog, a Ruby-throated Hummingbird, a Virginia Opossum, and a beautiful Great Egret. See the awesome winning costumes at the Owl-o-ween party. Find out about all the holiday happenings coming up and great gift ideas that help wildlife.
READ these stories and more in the November 2023 Duck Tales
The October 2023 Duck Tales e-newsletter is packed with great stories about our most recent rescues and events. Get some tips on wildlife safe Halloween decorations, and humane rodent solutions. Find out another reason to love bats, and why you should leave the leaves alone and help wildlife over winter.
READ the October 2023 Duck Tales
The September Duck Tales e-newsletter is packed with great stories about our most recent rescues and events! Take a look at some of the animals that we’ve had in our clinic and nursery, and find out about exciting upcoming Wild Care happenings.
READ these stories and more in the September Duck Tales.
The August 2023 Duck Tales e-newsletter is here, and it’s packed with great stories about our most recent rescues, and events! Take a look at some of the animals that we’ve had in our clinic and nursery, and find out about exciting upcoming Wild Care happenings.
Get all the news about what’s happening at Wild Care and exciting new and upcoming events. See photos and video of a Piping Plover chick as it is reunited with it’s mom., and take a look at some of the adorable baby animals in our nursery,
Get all the news about what’s happening at Wild Care and exciting new and upcoming events. Take a look at the Osprey chicks and their new nests, meet Terry the turtle, and see some of the baby animals in our nursery.
Get all the news about what’s happening at Wild Care and exciting new and upcoming events. Take a look at the nest boxes we designed to help birds that nest in boats, see some of the baby animals in our nursery.
Get a look at some of our newest arrivals in the nursery, get some good tips on the best ways to welcome back migratory songbirds, find out how to control rodents humanely and safely, and find out about all the exciting things happening at Wild Care.
Get all the details about our Women of Wildlife event, updates on our plans for a new building, how to help stop the use of rodenticides, and all the latest updates on what’s going on at Wild Care.
Wild Care’s February e-newsletter Duck Tales is here! Get all the details about our plans for a new building and how we will celebrate our 30th anniversary year, find out what you can do to reduce orphaned squirrels, and learn all about our Internship Program.
Wild Care’s January e-newsletter is here! Take a look back at some of our animal rescue success stories of 2022, and a look forward as we celebrate Wild Care’s 30th year anniversary this year.
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What Makes the Opossum So Awesome?
Find out in the Fall 2023 Wildlife Rehabilitators’ Association of Massachusetts (WRAM) Newsletter. This article by Wild Care’s Executive Director Stephanie Ellis gives you all the facts about this amazing marsupial.Read “Why WildlifREAD ALL NEWS
DID YOU KNOW??
Wild Care has a state-of-the-art seabird therapy pool, which allows seabirds and waterfowl to exercise on running water. This will help our bird friends recover more quickly so they can get back to their watery habitats!