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Director's Message
July 24, 2018
Wild Care Friends

We are halfway through the year, and Wild Care has already received over 1,100 animals. We are currently caring for over 100 patients including three Long-tailed Weasels, three Common Loons, an Eastern Screech Owl, and dozens of orphaned songbirds...

Wild Care is incredibly grateful to live in a community where local police and fire departments, along with numerous organizations Cape-wide, come together to assist and protect our wildlife. Check out our story below about the fledgling Osprey that was disentangled from fishing line with a little help from the Dennis Police and Fire Dept., and Wild Care. Happy to report that this rescued chick was the first of its siblings to test its wings at the nest last week! (Photo right.)

Thank you Cape Cod for your love of wildlife. <3
Sincerely, Executive Director, Stephanie ~
Please consider making a Donation today, and make a difference in the life of an animal like this juvenile Osprey.
Photo by Susan Wellington
It is Baby Time!!
The baby season is upon us. Help us keep these hungry mouths fed, and get these babies back into the wild!
Baby ROBIN finds a home at Drumlin Farm!
Story by Jennifer Taylor, Animal Care Coordinator
AMRO #429, a small fledgling American Robin, came to us in May with many challenges – weakness, dehydration, a twisted foot, a wing droop, possible blindness in one eye and ruptured air sacs – resulting from a probable animal attack...

1st Place for Civic Float
Wild Care won first place for “Civic Float” in the Chatham 4th of July parade. The parade theme this year was, "Hooked on Chatham". Thank you to the Town of Chatham, our special guest, Diane Byers, Animal Control Officer of Chatham Police Dept., and to all who voted and attended. Thanks for the love. See you next year! ❤️❤️

A fledgling osprey chick was disentangled from fishing line and successfully reunited with parents and siblings. Thank you Dennis Animal Control Officer Harrington, and Dennis Fire Department... 

Full Story and photo slideshow
We want to ensure that all volunteers are aware of the party we have planned for them August 10th from 6-8:30 PM at the Elks Lodge in Eastham! Please email Heather at if you have not responded.
We can't wait to treat you on this very special day!
Wild Care Featured on "Profile" Click Here to view segment.
A gracious THANK YOU to Stephen & Andrea Brodeur for hosting a private party in their home to raise money for
Wild Care. Everyone had a wonderful evening & Wild Care is so appreciative of their kindness and efforts.
The event raised $4,400! THANK YOU!
Explore Little River Sanctuary & Bells Farm with Wild Care's Executive Director,
Stephanie Ellis
Join Wild Care for a
Wildlife Talk & Walk, with
Barnstable Land Trust
Thursday, August 16th, 3:30 PM talk, with Wild Care's Animal Care Coordinator, Jennifer Taylor at
Sturgis Library, Barnstable
Friday, August 17th, 8 AM bird wa lk

We will explore the gorgeous Little River Sanctuary and Bell Farm in Cotuit.
RSVP required . Call 508.362.6636 or email t .

Full description and details, Click Here .
See you there!

We've Got Merchandise!
We've got merchandise, and one-of-a-kind designs.
T-shirts are $20. Long-sleeved shirts are $25. Sweatshirts are $45.
And now we've got hats! $28

Purchase at Wild Care daily. Sold in our lobby between the hours of
9AM-5PM. 10 Smith Ln. Eastham.
Turtle T-shirt ($20)
Owl - Powder Blue Hoodie ($45)
Wild Care hats available for $28. 100% cotton,
6-panel, pigment dyed, garment-washed, hat features a Cool-CrownTM mesh lining to keep you cool and a leather strap with antique brass buckle.
Remember loved ones who have passed, with this beautiful “Gift in Memory” card. The Eastern Bluebird is a small and beautiful thrush of open woodlands and farmlands. Sighting a bluebird signals the heavenly realm, and may be bringing you signs of loved ones from above...
Wild Care, Inc.
10 Smith Lane 
Eastham, MA 02642 
About Wild Care 
Since 1994, Wild Care has treated injured, ill and orphaned native wildlife for release back into the wild capable of independent survival, prevented wildlife casualties through public education and counseling, and engaged the community in conservation services through volunteerism. Wild Care does not charge the public for our services. We accept wildlife regardless of a rescuer's ability to make a donation; and we never compromise quality of care or the dignity of an animal's life for fundraising purposes.