We invite you to share and support us in our annual Month of May Baby Shower. On any given day, during our peak seasons of spring and summer, we can have 200-300 animals in care, the majority of them injured and orphaned babies that need to be fed specialized formula and diets from every 15-minutes to every 3-hours.
Did you know it costs $100.00 to over $1,000.00 to rehabilitate an individual animal? Every donation made goes towards the care of injured and orphaned wildlife. In 2016, we admitted over 1,000 wildlife babies! We need your help in order to provide rehabilitative care to injured and orphaned wildlife in need.
Join us at our facility on Sunday, May 28th 2017 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm for our “Baby Boom” On-Site Talk. During this talk we will introduce you to the different species of wildlife babies in care, discuss the methods we use to raise them, and what you can do to help wildlife babies in your own backyard.
Join in the fun! Build a hanging or free standing bird feeder. Registration for this contest is required, and prizes will be awarded to the top 3 builders.
Bird feeders will be judged on creativity and functionality by members of the public. Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 builders, and their bird feeders will be utilized by area birds on the AIWC property. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place contest winners will be contacted directly, and announced on social media on May 31st.
*Please Note: any feeders entered in the contest will not be returned to builders.
These are our most needed items to help us through our busy season from May to August. Items can be dropped off at our centre throughout the month of May on any day between 9am and 7pm. If you have questions about the items below, please contact Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org
Help support skunk kits in care by purchasing a copy of AIWC’s children’s book: Scared Skunk. Skunk shares her struggles in her true story about the loss of her mom, and an encounter with litter that leads her to the help she desperately needs. Scared Skunk is a perfect fit for children in grades K to 4, however, anyone at any age can learn from its true story and interesting skunk facts.