Wild Care’s 3rd Annual “Wild Baby” Shower Raises $1,380
Thank you to all who attended Wild Care’s 3rd Annual “Wild Baby” Shower on July 1st. We had over 100 people show up! And, thanks to you, we raised $1,380 in donations, and received DOZENS of supplies and gift cards. Your support directly helps us to care for the baby birds, squirrels, opossums, mice and baby gulls – in our care. We are grateful, and we are already looking forward to our Baby Shower 2018!
Thank you to Wild Care Staff Amy Webster and Niki Walley for yet another great baby shower!
Photos by Wild Care Volunteer, Leo Seletsky. To view all the photos, click here.
To read the article found in the Cape Cod Times, visit: http://www.capecodtimes.com/news/20170701/wild-care-invites-guests-to-greet-its-youngest-creatures
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Find out in the Fall 2023 Wildlife Rehabilitators’ Association of Massachusetts (WRAM) Newsletter. This article by Wild Care’s Executive Director Stephanie Ellis gives you all the facts about this amazing marsupial.Read “Why WildlifREAD ALL NEWS
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