2016 was another busy year at PAWS Wildlife Center. We treated more than 4,500 patients (some pictured below); 250 more patients than in 2015.
Some were patients we don’t see very often at the Wildlife Center including a Great Egret, a Guadalupe Fur Seal, a Virginia Rail and a Warbling Vireo. And others were common species including eight Bobcats, over 1,100 baby birds, 20 Cooper’s Hawks, and over 150 Dark-eyed Juncos.
A special thank you to over 300 volunteers who donated thousands of hours of their time in 2016 feeding, transporting, caring for and cleaning up after our patients to ensure they have a healthy environment in which to grow and heal.
We also want to thank people like you for your continued support so far 2017 is stacking up to be another busy year and we could not do it without you!