Wild Care Merchandise
Designed by Kerry Reid, Office Admin
Gildan brand t-shirts. 100% cotton, pre-shrunk. Soft, durable, and very comfortable. Gorgeous colors.
Shirts are unisex, and available in sizes S, M, l, XL and XXL.
Contact Kerry Reid at [email protected] or call 508-240-2255, 10AM – 2PM to purchase, shipping cost differ and will be defined at checkout. You can purchase at Wild Care daily between 9 AM and 5PM.
Wild Care Hats – $28.00
100% cotton, 6 panel, pigment dyed, garment-washed, hat features a Cool-Crown mesh lining to keep you cool and a leather strap with antique brass buckle. One size fits all.
12 Month Calendar ($15)
|Option 1||Osprey Long-Sleeve Grey Sweatshirt ($45)|
|Option 2||Osprey Long-Sleeve Blue Sweatshirt ($45)|
|Option 3||Turtle T-Shirt Adult & Children ($20)|
|Option 4||Owl T-shirt Adult & Children ($20)|
|Option 5||Osprey Blue Long-Sleeve Shirt ($25)|Option 6 Owl Sweatshirt ($45)
|Option 7||Osprey Long-Sleeved Tee-Shirt ($25)|
|Option 8||Squirrel Long-Sleeved Tee-Shirt ($25)|
One-of-a-kind designs featuring:
- Osprey that was blown out of the nest at 3 Fins Coffee Roasters in Dennis by the Cape Nado of 2019.
- Eastern Box Turtle “GARV”, Wild Care’s Educational Ambassador.
- Eastern Screech Owl hit by a car in Chatham, rehabilitated & released by Wild Care.
- Osprey baby disentangled from fishing line, and first to try his wings. Photo captured by Susan Wellington.
Continue their legacy, buy a t-shirt or sweatshirt in their honor!
All current Wild Care Volunteers receive a $5 discount off each item!
We are unable to sell online at this time, so visit Wild Care’s lobby daily between 9 to 5 PM to get your merchandise. Staff will assist you. Please note, the animals are our utmost priority. During busy times of animal admissions, please be patient as we tend to our patients first. Thank you in advance!
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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