TWRC COVID-19 Closing

TWRC Temporarily Closed – Due to CDC CONVID19

It is with a heavy heart we announce we must temporarily close the center due to CDC COVID19 guidelines to protect our staff and volunteers’ health. Our space resources do not allow us to care for and intake patients while remaining “socially distant.” Our current patients are being cared for in staff and home-rehabber homes. We anticipate re-opening 4/6/20.

BABY SQUIRREL SEASON

And so it begins. Baby season 2020 and it all begins with baby squirrels. There are a number of reasons why baby squirrels get separated from mom. Homeowners cut down trees that have nests, high winds can blow nests down or can knock babies out of the nest or sometimes they just fall out. Whatever the reason, you can help.

Chili Cook Off Event Has Been Postponed

Due to growing concerns over the Coronavirus, we have decided to postpone, not cancel, our Chili Cook Off event until later this year. Rest assured, the show will go on and thanks to our generous donors and sponsors, we have secured wonderful raffle prizes, auction packages, beer and wine tasting, craft beer/wine pull, and more!

LADY BUG

LITTLE LADIES

Did you know, though, that there are “bad” Ladybugs? Asian Lady Beetles were first discovered in the United States in 1988 and are known as the Ladybugs’ evil twin.

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THE POWER OF VOLUNTEERISM

I often say that I’m working harder now as a volunteer president of a board of directors than I ever did as a paid employee. The hours are long, the work can be frustrating, and worrying about keeping our doors open is very stressful.

RECYCLE YOUR PUMPKINS

RECYCLE YOUR PUMPKINS

Who doesn’t love carving a pumpkin for Halloween? Instead of trashing them after Halloween, recycle them for wildlife. Make sure you only recycle pumpkins that haven’t been painted or decorated with items that can harm wildlife.

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THREE BILLION LOST

Recently, the journal Science published a study showing that we have lost more than 1 in 4 birds from the United States and Canada since 1970. That’s 3 billion! The study was conducted by scientists at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology along with six other institutions.

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