We hope you are safe and adjusting to the constant drumbeat between “fear” and “hope”. Well here is a breath of fresh sound from our volunteer Miss Tasha B. She featured TCWC and our “Little Big Shots”, the hummingbird and the chipmunk, in her latest Story Time with Miss Tasha.
Before “stay-at-home”, she was “out-and-about” at local schools, preschools, libraries and other kids’ groups reading, educating, and being wonderfully, magically silly. Now she is reading and being videoed for the Ledger Dispatch Facebook site and is now on You Tube. The kids in your life will be glued to watching our Miss Tasha..and so will you!
SMALL DONATIONS HELP US SAVE MANY LITTLE LIVES! For just $2.50 we can feed a songbird seed, mealworms, greens, fruit and eggs for a week. For $3.50 we can feed a bird of prey for a week. We are hard at work from our homes and our nursery will open soon. Please help us to saves lives if you can. Thank you for all of your support and love
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Living or dead, trees provide nest sites for so many species of wildlife. Trimming your trees at the wrong time can destroy a wildlife nest and injure or orphan baby wildlife.
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Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, we are postponing our volunteer classes. We want you to be safe and one of the most effective ways to do that is to practice "social distancing" and limit in-person contact. Our classes put too many people in close contact.
We still plan on opening our baby bird nursery early in May and will need volunteers to supplement our staff to care for the baby birds. We are already receiving squirrels and more mammals will be on the way.
Please watch our Facebook page and our Paws Center blog for more information about rescheduled volunteer classes in the coming weeks.
If you would like more information about the pandemic, please read this information from the CDC website.
Thank you for wanting to make a difference for our wildlife and your understanding during this difficult time.
These birds have a wide range – from Alaska to Nicaragua. Anywhere you find trees and some open areas for foraging, you will likely find these birds. Click the image to learn more!
PawsPartners.org is an alliance formed between A-PAL Humane Society of Amador County and Tri County Wildlife Care, the latter serving native wildlife in Amador, Calaveras, and Eastern San Joaquin Counties. Since inception we have added the Shelter Partners volunteer group, who support our local Animal Control organization, and Amador County Animal Response Team (ACART).