By David Sadkin, Ph.D. Volunteer Director of Education Services Wildlife, Inc. The whole issue of the impact of feral and free-ranging cats, and the efficacy of Trap, Neuter, and Release (TNR) programs has tended to muzzle discussion, as the emotional issues often outweigh rational debate. Moreover, people and organizations directly “in the line of [...]
Greg Hebert Releasing the eagle. Greg and Damen Hurd rescued her last month. Greg looks pretty happy! We are sure the eagle is too! We released her exactly where we found her. We usually do unless it isnt safe to do so. We just want to say thank you to Gail Straight and Dr.Clay Wilson [...]
Currently we are specifically looking for volunteers able to help during the day on weekdays. This would involve routine feeding, cleaning, and some various other assistance with the animals. Some general animal knowledge is helpful but not mandatory. The opportunity is here to learn much more. Our needs require a mature person available for one [...]
Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center Inc. is a nonprofit organization for the rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife for return to the wild. Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center Inc. is supported entirely by donations and staffed only by volunteers. Founded in 1988, they treated over 3,000 birds, mammals, and reptiles in 1997, more than twice [...]
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