Tri County Wildlife Care Says YES to Success!
The Issue: 250 Tule Elk inside their 2600 acre fenced preserve on the northern end
of Tomales Bay DIED between 2012-2014, a loss of nearly 50% of them.
The Cause: Rainwater- dependent ponds dried up, leaving the elk with no water and no way out to find water.
The Response: WildCare, a sister wildlife rehabilitation group in northern California, gathered 2,618 signatures on a petition to present to Point Reyes National Seashore Park superintendent and ecologists at a meeting to address and solve this issue. TCWC signed the petition in support of the Tule Elk.
The Solution: A plan has been put in place by the Point Reyes National Seashore
Park personnel to closely monitor the ponds and provide supplemental water as
necessary for the elk now and in the future.
Thank you WildCare for your efforts and your success and inviting us to help the Tule Elk!
Here comes Father’s Day June 21!
Devoted dads deserve to be thanked and you can buy your thank-you gift at Amazon Smile and our PawsPartners store for Tri County Wildlife Care . A part of what you spend will be donated to help the injured wildlife dads at TCWC.
Learn more about Devoted Wildlife Dads
Thanks for your help and support!
Submitted by Bear Johnson, age 16
Click HERE, or on the image, to go to the YAP Submissions page!
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).