This Razorbill was brought to us by Andrea Spence, an intern at the National Marine Life Center in Buzzards Bay, who also happens to be a Wild Care Volunteer! When she was leaving NMLC on Thursday night, this little bird startled her when it came out from hiding underneath her car in the parking lot!
“Wild Winter Night” raises Over $25,000. 10K raised specifically for upgrades to accept more animals…
FEBRUARY 14, 2018 02:52 PM | BY CAPECODTODAY STAFF
It’s a harsh world we live in. Everywhere where turn, there is news of gloom and destruction….
by Jennifer Taylor. Animal Care Coordinator One of most heartwarming stories of 2017 was the rescue and release of a female screech owl from Falmouth, nicknamed Darwin by her rescuers. In April a raccoon had ransacked the nestbox of a screech owl couple. The McCumbers (Jake McCumber and Lisa Snowberg) found one of the owls … Continue reading Life After a Raccoon Invasion
Tell us what you need! If the animals could only teach us more.
We often ask this of the birds who we take into our care, but they never give an immediate answer. When “the usual” patients come into Wild Care we feel a sense of security. A songbird from a cat’s mouth , a flying squirrel fallen from a ceiling vent, an owl hit by a car are all familiar situations where we have protocols in place. We have learned what works well and what doesn’t. Sick seabirds are a different story…
By Animal Care Coordinator, Jennifer Taylor
In late September a Pigeon was found during a storm at the Wequassett Resort in East Harwich. It had been hanging out on a porch near a guest’s room.
Wild Care is just $5,000 away from purchasing our very own digital Radiograph Machine (think x-rays)!
A very special bird rehabilitated at Wild Care, Inc. on Cape Cod, finds a permanent home at the Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium…
Local author Susanna Graham-Pye is donating $2.00 per book from the sale of her newly published novel, There is a Season, to Wild Care in Eastham.
At Wild Care caring for sick and injured wildlife every day makes us hyper aware of animal life and potential patients even when we are not working. Walking in the woods or on a beach we will see a lumpy shape ahead and begin calculating. …Bird? Mammal? Dead? Moving?
On Thursday, October 19th, from 4 PM- 8:30 PM, Van Rensselaer’s (VR’s) Restaurant in S. Wellfleet will host a Harvest “Dine-Out” Dinner to support Wild Care.
Like humans, many birds try to get away when they sense an approaching storm.