Wildlife is all-around us and the Sac Bee looked into where the bunnies are! Nice quote from our own volunteer and home rehabber Terri Muzik for WCA. https://www.sacbee.com/news/local/beyond-sacramento/article237809264.html
Are there rabbits in Sacramento? The Northern California region has many desert cottontails and black tailed jackrabbits, but they are not in the city or suburbs. The bunnies live in natural habitats and fields.
Not just any Sapsucker! This wild one took flight amid a roaring flow of the American River and Dave Labhard snapped that moment to win the WCA Fall Photo Contest last year! Take a pic of a bird or birds, enter it attached to a Message with your name, email, what type of bird you think it is and where taken. 12 or over please make a $5.00 donation to help support WCA wildlife rehab. Donate here or on the WCA website at wildlifecareassociaition.com, and let us know its a photo entry. Contest entries continue thru year end with a winner chose in January 2020.
*Warning: Sensitive Content* This Wild Turkey came to us last week with severe injuries to its keel, hocks, and wings. With daily wound treatment and antibiotics, she has improved greatly! She can stand and walk around normally, she’s eating well and gaining weight, and is now in an aviary to give her more space and to relieve stress! #wildlifewednesday #rehab #wildturkey @ Wildlife Care Association of Sacramento
Our thanks to those holding Giving Tuesday donation drives on their pages. As Facebook does not identify individuals who hold birthday or special event drives to raise money, they just send a donation total check to non-profits like WCA, we can't give you each our special thanks, but know you have a place in our hearts, and each donation helps give wildlife a second chance to live and be returned to the environment! You can donate directly on our website today or any day throughout the year. www.wildlifecareassociation.com on our Donate tab.
It's Giving Tuesday! You donation will help us help thousands of sick, orphaned, and injured wild animals! Please donate at: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=kG8wqcQgx9VeQfVwo8NrJIQ6CsfPQNUYZXp4jgx9jW9oSq-Xf5FrG_cwvMw-3FVOOLE2Zm&country.x=US&locale.x=US
This is Giving Tuesday and your direct donations to Wildlife Care make if possible to give thousands of birds and small animals new life and release back to the environment. Click here to make your donation directly to WCA https://wildlifecareassociation.com/donate/
We need your donations and help! Wildlife Care Association takes in more than 6,000 orphaned and injured wild animals each year.
Gizmos, doo dads and more are Cyber Monday bargains but what about the day after? A donation gift to wildlife helps give a second chance to live all year for thousands of birds and small animals. Visit https://wildlifecareassociation.com/donate/
Yes, we will be holding our 4th Annual Nuts & Berries Raffle. We are collecting donations for this event and the annual Wings & Wine event. If you have new items or a service you would like to donate, please contact Theresa at firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, more than 40 great prizes each worth at least $100, as well as the cruise for two to Alaska, will be awarded in the raffle.
Who? Who? That's the question. Who will be chosen as the next WCA Fall Photo Contest winner? Could be you. Under 12 enter free and those over make a $5.00 donation to support wildlife rehab. Get a picture of a bird or birds in your yard, local parks or regional wild lands and enter. Send us a Message on this page with your contact info and attach the bird pic. Easy. Make donations here or on the Donate button on the WCA website. www.wildlifecareassociation.com with a note its a photo entry. A winner will be chosen in January and entries continue thru Dec 31st. These owls in a tree in El Dorado Co. won for Cathy Keeler in 2017. Who is next?