Swipe for a before and after shot! The first picture is of a nestling Western Kingbird while the second is a juvenile of the same species. If you look closely you can see the peek of yellow on the juvenile that will be the signature look of these flycatchers.
This baby white-tailed kite will soon turn in its baby fluff for a serious smokey eye with beautiful white and gray feathering. Formerly threatened with extinction these birds range from Texas to Washington!
It’s a hoot! And wine!
You can apply online at this link. https://wildlifecareassociation.com/how-you-can-help/volunteer/
Thank you to everyone who attended Spruce Up Saturday! It was extremely successful and our animals are so grateful for their clean spaces and for your continued support of our mission. Look out next month for another Spruce Up Saturday!
The furcast for tomorrow is heavy showers, and by showers I mean animals! Did you know that the late spring through summer months are our most busy months? Injured and sick animals come pouring in left and right! If you would like to help out check out our website at wildlifecareassociation.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community 1, Nature O. At the end it was our mission, volunteers and your support that won the day! After the severe windstorm in January destroyed the flight cage where rehabilitated birds test fly before release we asked for help and our friends stepped up. Read more in the June Edition of Inside Arden, one of the community editions from Inside Publications. "Take Off" brings the story full circle with thanks to all who carried on the wildlife rehab mission, donated money, time or materials and our volunteers who helped rebuild a better replacement. Truly a 'win, win' for regional wildlife and the communities of our region. Jim Brown was Project Leader from Wells Construction.