WildCare Inc. provided care for 2654 animals in 2012,more than double from 2011. 69 percent were successfully rehabilitated andreleased.
Ourbusiest months were April May, June when we admitted 1,442 of ourpatients.
Animalscame from 8 different counties.
Everyrelease is cause for celebration, but we are especially thrilled at thesuccessful rehabilitation, release and subsequent successful integration into thewild of our Sandhill Crane that came is early spring of 2012.—He came inwith a broken wing and covered in the sticky bug droppings from the trees. Weworked with him for a year making sure he had a proper diet. We performed PT on his wing every day untilhe started flying. Then we placed him in a flight cage and allowed him to gain strength.We released him at Goose Pond on April 14, 2013 and watched him soaraway. We are moving into the busy season once again and with your continuedsupport we will be ready.
This would not have been made possible without your gifts. Often, when funds are low, it is the donations received from Global Giving thatprovide a 'safety net' and provide the funds for food and supplies needed byour wild patients.
Thank you for your support. We look forward to what we canaccomplish together in 2013!
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