Wild Care’s “Wild Baby” Shower 2020

You’re Invited… To Our Virtual Wild Baby Shower!
Babies are already arriving at our Wild Care Clinic and we need your help!
Drop a “baby” gift off to our staff (masked and gloved of course!) in our driveway Saturday June 27th between 10am and 1pm
& be entered to win a Wild Care Gift Basket of goodies!
Then tune into our Facebook page throughout our event for live updates on our educational animals, current patients and more!
  • 10am Nickerson with Amy 
  • 10:30am Baby Birds with Stephanie 
  • 11am Garv with Amy
  • 11:30am Up Up with Jennifer 
  • 12pm Baby Mammals with Stephanie
  • 1pm Raffle Basket Winner Announcement



Below is a list of critical items that Wild Care uses for most of our feathered and furred babies! Many items can be found at Agway, Bird Watcher’s General Store and your local market.

  • Paper Towels
  • Tissues (no lotion or fragrance)
  • Bleach (No additives or scent. Must say, kills 99.9 % germs)
  • Gerber Chicken or Turkey Baby Food (with broth, no gravy!)
  • Pillow cases
  • Towels (no frills or holes)
  • Shelled walnuts (unsalted, no additives)
  • Mixed frozen berries
  • No melt suet
  • Pedialyte (unflavored)
  • Face masks
  • Latex or Nitrile gloves (all sizes)
Gift cards from (We really love gift cards!):
  • Shaw’s
  • Stop and Shop
  • Amazon
  • Christmas Tree Shop
  • Agway
  • Visa Gift Cards
  • Ace Hardware
As always you can shop for us using www.smile.amazon.com and have your
donations shipped right to our door.
If they arrive prior to the event we will enter you in the raffle!



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


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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