LIVING WITH MY WILD NEIGHBORS!

Stephanie Ellis, Wild Care Executive Director
Wednesday, July 18, 6:30 PM
Schoolhouse Museum, 25 Schoolhouse Road, Eastham MA

A tax-deductible donation of $5 or more is greatly appreciated!
Wild Care will also be accepting donations.
For more information please contact [email protected]

“Help! A bird struck my window… “There’s a baby squirrel at my doorstep… Now what?” Wild Care, Inc. is a nonprofit wildlife hospital located in Eastham that is dedicated to the rescue and release of injured and orphaned wildlife on Cape Cod. Wild Care operates a Wildlife Helpline, and rehabilitates over 1,700 animals per year; everything from Bald Eagles to Deer Mice. Wild Care’s Executive Director Stephanie Ellis will cover “what to do” when you find animals in distress, whom to call on Cape Cod, and will provide tips for living with our wild neighbors. She will also bring special guests, “Nickerson” an educational Eastern Screech Owl, and turtle #45, Wild Care’s beloved educational Eastern Box Turtle. Join Stephanie for this fun and informative talk!

 

If you find an animal in
distress, please call us at:

508-240-2255

Our helpline and our facility
are open EVERY DAY from
9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
We are located at the
Orleans rotary (on the Eastham side).

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

17 August, 2018
Backyard Birds at Sturgis Library & Birding Tour
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18 July, 2018
LIVING WITH MY WILD NEIGHBORS!
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05 July, 2018
Lemon Tree Village “Toast to Summer”
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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!