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Birding: Pelican Briefing

From one massive storm to the next, the Cape and Islands during the past couple of weeks have been anything but dull for those of us interested in birds. The most recent storm, a fierce and powerful nor’easter, delivered much higher octane winds and rain than Sandy to the region and caused more damage. Large Continue Reading

Rare Birds blown to Cape Shores by Hurricane Sandy

PROVINCETOWN – It’s been a busy week for the bird doctors at Wild Care, the Outer Cape’s wildlife rehabilitation clinic, where a number of new patients are being treated for injuries sustained as a result of Hurricane Sandy. On Saturday, Wild Care director Stephanie Ellis and volunteer Josh Drew retrieved a young brown pelican from Continue Reading

Eastham Eagle Gets a New Lease on Life

EASTHAM — The eagle has landed – somewhere. Like the proverbial arrow shot into the air, where it lands Wild Care knows not where but after their care the young bald eagle named Nauset has a healthy future after her release from the crest of Fort Hill in Eastham Saturday at two o’clock. Close to Continue Reading

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A Sneak Squeak into the Life of a Mouse Rehabilitator

Many of you may know that I specialize in the care of orphaned White-footed Mice, a native species in Massachusetts. “Why on earth would you rehab mice,” you might ask?

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

31 December, 2022
Give Chocolate and Help Save Wildlife this Holiday Season
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20 October, 2022
Wild Care Presents Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds
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18 June, 2022
Wildlife Baby Shower
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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!