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By Jen Mannas, Wildlife Naturalist

2015 was one the busiest years we have had in the past five here at PAWS Wildlife Center.

With your help we treated over 4,200 patients this year (some are pictured below), almost 800 more than in 2014.

Wildlife blog collage

Several were patients we rarely see at the Wildlife Center including a Rough-legged Hawk, a Mule Deer, an American Dipper and two baby Mink. Others were common species including eight American Black Bears, over 1,000 baby birds, 15 Bald Eagles, and 16 Northern Flying Squirrels.

A special thank-you to over 300 volunteers who donated thousands of hours of their time in 2015 at PAWS Wildlife Center, feeding, transporting, caring for and cleaning up after our patients to ensure they have a healthy environment in which to grow and heal.

As we look back at 2015, we must also give thanks to people like you for continuing to support PAWS and our mission to be a champion for animals by helping all animals in need.

While you ring in the New Year, check out the video below to enjoy an inside look at some of our more memorable patients and their releases.

2015 Looking Back from PAWS on Vimeo.

 

Inspired by our work? Consider making a donation today to help us continue providing vital care to wild animals in need.

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Comments

Great initiative, you are truly blessed and should continue with the good spirit. This animals need to be taken care of and nurtured to live their full lives.

Very resourceful. Again thanks for sharing.

nice blog.

Educative information. Its more blessed to have health care for the animals.

This is very good. Keep up with the good work

Awesome blog , Surely you should continue with this spirit.

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