‘Wise Quacker’ Trivia Challenge at GUAPO’s Raises $900

Wild Care was able to raise $900 at our “Wise Quackers” Trivia Night hosted by Guapo’s. Thank you to those who supported and a HUGE thank you to Guapo’s! Ole’!!

GUAPO’s Tortilla Shack of Orleans and Wild Care Cape Cod are teaming up for a “Wise Quacker” Trivia Challenge fundraising bash on Sunday, October 7th from 4-6 PM at GUAPO’s Orleans location (136 Rt.6A, Orleans, MA).  An entrance fee of $10 includes light appetizers, cash bar, wildlife trivia, silent auction and more. Meet and greet with Wild Care’s Educational Ambassadors, “Up Up and Nickerson” the Eastern Screech Owls, and everyone’s favorite Eastern Box Turtle, #45. Trivia winner will receive $250 in prizes, sign up at the door. Know your local wildlife!

Attendees are also encouraged to bring small items on Wild Care’s “Wish List” to help them continue their important work. Items range from unflavored Pedialyte and Dawn dish soap and to latex gloves and potted trees. The complete list can be seen at: https://www.wildcarecapecod.org/wish-list/.

 

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Blown Off-Course, Dovekies Find Helping Hands

Wild Care received six dovekies late last week. A sea-faring species, the birds were blown inland due to high northeast winds from a cold front that swept Cape Cod and much of Massachusetts Dec. 17. Two of the birds survived and were released Dec. 2

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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!