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Wild Care joins WCAI for “Birds and Other Wildlife We’re Seeing”

On Tuesday, May 9th for their morning program, Wild Care's Stephanie Ellis joined Mindy Todd on The Point.  Stephanie gave advice about what to do if you find a baby bird on the ground and other wildlife protection ti ...Read more

Wild Passion: Caring for the Cape’s injured animals at Wild Care

May 3, 2017 | In This Issue, May 2017 Issue | By Kathryn Eident Stephanie Ellis stands in front of a huge whiteboard covered with notes, phone numbers, and scribbled instructions. She’s in the kitchen at Wild C ...Read more

PETA offers $5,000 reward for information on Cape Cod loon shootings

By Steve Annear BOSTON GLOBE STAFF  |  MARCH 14, 2017 An animal rights group is offering a hefty reward to anyone who can help catch whoever is responsible for the deaths of two common loons that were r ...Read more

Go Wild This Winter for Wild Care

Eastham, MA. Wednesday, March 8, 2017:  Wild Care Inc, the wildlife rescue and rehabilitation center in Eastham, will once again host their mid-winter celebration A WILD WINTER NIGHT on Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 5: ...Read more

Two protected birds shot, killed on Cape Cod

By Steve Annear BOSTON GLOBE STAFF  |  MARCH 06, 2017 When she learned that the first black-and-white bird had pellets lodged in its head, Stephanie Ellis was troubled by the discovery. But when a se ...Read more

Wild Care’s Wild Encounters! Presenting at Cape Cod Beer 2/22

HYANNIS, MA— “Help! I found a baby bird!...There’s an orphaned squirrel at my doorstep… I just found an injured seabird... Now what do I do?”  On Wednesday February 22, stop by Cape Cod Beer to learn about Cap ...Read more

Tiny arctic birds battered by storm rescued on Cape Cod

By Steve Annear GLOBE STAFF JANUARY 26, 2017 The Nerf football-sized birds were scattered around Cape Cod. Someone had located one of the black-and-white critters wandering aimlessly in the parking lot of a Shaws ...Read more

Released: Two Common Eider Ducks with an Uncommon Story

Another Wild Care Cape Cod success story... JANUARY 24, 2017 07:02 PM BY CAPECODTODAY STAFF Editor's Note: We received the following story this evening from our friends at Wild Care Cape Cod in Eastham. It concerns tw ...Read more

RELEASED – Swan at Salt Pond Falmouth

Our Mute Swan was released back in Falmouth after 9 weeks of supportive care and treatment for lead poisoning. The swan was brought to us from Falmouth, by Jessica Gow, Animal Control Officer from the Town of Falmouth. T ...Read more

Wild Care rehabs hypothermic, oil-stained Common Murre

A bulletin from our friends at Wild Care in Eastham: Wild Care rehabs hypothermic, oil-stained Common Murre!  40% covered with oil, which is deadly to aquatic birds This Common Murre came to us on Sunday 1/8 from Ne ...Read more

Storm blown puffin rehabbing on Cape Cod

An Atlantic puffin blew in with the weekend storm. The dehydrated young puffin was found in a CVS parking lot in Harwich and brought to Wild Care Cape Cod where it is being treated for parasites and other issues. In wint ...Read more

Weekend Storm Delivered More Than Snow…Say Hello to a Puffin

HARWICH – The first major storm of 2017 seemed to come and go with little damage. But it did deposit an Atlantic Puffin to one area parking lot. According to Wild Care Cape Cod, the bird was found at CVS in Harwi ...Read more

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Wild Care joins WCAI for “Birds and Other Wildlife We’re Seeing”

Wild Care joins Mindy Todd on WCAI's the Point

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

May 10, 2017
Dinner and Wine Pairing at Karoo!
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June 10, 2017
23rd Annual Yard Sale
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May 20, 2017
Gannets, Dovekies, and Sea Ducks-Oh My! A Look At Seabird Rehabilitation on Cape Cod
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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!