Wild Care – Robins Hatch for Mother’s Day

Wild Care staff have been monitoring a robin’s nest in Orleans and updated us this morning on its progress!

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

Wild Care joins Mindy Todd on WCAI’s the Point

Wild Care Talks Baby Birds and Nests

Baby Bird season is upon us. If you find a bird nest, keep cats indoors, and let the feathered parents do their thing. Enjoy nature’s beauty from a distance!

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

Stephanie Ellis stands in front of a huge whiteboard covered with notes, phone numbers, and scribbled instructions. She’s in the kitchen at Wild Care, a nonprofit emergency clinic that cares for injured and sick wildlife from around the Cape.

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

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 reportedly shot and killed on Cape Cod last month.

The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, announced Monday that the organization will give up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect involved in the shootings.

Go Wild This Winter for Wild Care

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 5:30pm to 8:30 pm at the ELKS LODGE, 10 McKoy Road in Eastham MA 02642.

Two protected birds shot, killed on Cape Cod

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 second common loon died a few weeks later from similar wounds, inflicted by what’s believed to be a shotgun, she was stunned.

“Who would do something like that?”

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

On Wednesday February 22, stop by Cape Cod Beer to learn about Cape Wild Care’s animal rehabilitation strategies and hear stories from the field. Executive Director Stephanie Ellis will present on Wild Care’s work as a rehabilitation center….

Tiny arctic birds battered by storm rescued on Cape Cod

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 grocery store, in Orleans.

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 two Common Eider ducks with a rather uncommon story… On Thursday, January 19th, Wild Care Volunteer Swede Plaut released … Continue reading Released: Two Common Eider Ducks with an Uncommon Story

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. The bird was emaciated, weak and debilitated, and had what is considered a high level of blood … Continue reading RELEASED – Swan at Salt Pond Falmouth

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 Newcomb Hollow beach in Wellfleet. The bird was wet, hypothermic and oil stained, but otherwise in good body … Continue reading Wild Care rehabs hypothermic, oil-stained Common Murre

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Trash Bash 2018

THANK YOU to our AMAZING friends at Nauset Disposal for making Wild Care a recipient of their Trash Bash again this year! Nauset donated $2,000 to Wild Care!



10 November, 2018
2018 Alternative Gift Market
15 November, 2018
Front Street Restaurant Benefit
24 November, 2018
10% of Harwich Antiques Center Sales Donated to Wild Care


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!