Wild Care Apparel
|Marcy T-shirt ($20)||Eastern Screech Owl T-shirt ($20)|
|45 T-shirt ($20)||Back of Shirts|
|Osprey Long-sleeved ($25)||Osprey Sweatshirt – Navy ($45)||Osprey Sweatshirt – Brown ($45)|
One-of-a-kind designs featuring:
- Eastern Box Turtle “#45”, Wild Care’s Educational Ambassador (Green)
- “Marcy” the Eastern Grey Squirrel, a current permanent resident at Wild Care. (Dark Blue)
- Osprey – Our sweatshirt and long-sleeved t-shirts feature an Osprey that was rescued by Wild Care and released in the Fall of 2016. (Sweatshirts in tan and light blue. Long-sleeved T-shirts in dark blue)
- Eastern Screech Owl – Hit by a car in Chatham, only to be rehabilitated & released by Wild Care. (Royal Blue)
…Continue their legacy, buy a t-shirt or sweatshirt in their honor!
Gildan brand t-shirts. 100% cotton, pre-shrunk. All are V-neck style (including mens). Soft, durable, and very comfortable. Gorgeous colors. Women’s Sizes run small. We recommend purchasing one size larger than you normally wear! The small size can easily fit a child. Men’s shirts are the same material, cut, and colors as the women’s shirts.
All current Wild Care Volunteers receive a $5 discount off each item!
Purchase your t-shirts and sweatshirts at Wild Care on Wednesday – Friday, year-round. Sold in our lobby between the hours of 10AM -1:PM. 10 Smith Ln. Eastham.
We are unable to sell t-shirts online during this time, because all hands are needed on deck. IT’S THE BUSY SEASON! Please check back in the Fall for potential online sales.
We would like to thank Greg at Wind Screens, Inc. in Orleans, for printing these gorgeous t-shirts & sweatshirts for us!
Visit Wind Screens at: http://www.wind-screens.com.
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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!