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February 24, 2017
 
Spring Cleaning!
The past two weeks, the Wildlife Center staff, students, and volunteers dedicated time to deep-cleaning the building and Center grounds. That meant cleaning windows, dusting tall light fixtures, and even organizing our bookshelves.

Shelf dedicated to "Wildlife Book Club" selections. Thank you to those who donated their copies of past book club books!


Hospital Cam Highlights
February's "Hospital Cam" day took place on February 22. Viewers had a chance to watch owls, songbirds, and hawks receive their daily treatments with the veterinary staff. There was even an unexpected patient featured --Black Bear yearling #17-0127. Be sure to check our website for the date of next month's Hospital Cam!



Welcome, Shannon!
Shannon McCabe joined the team as the new Wildlife Rehabilitation Intern. Shannon was a previous rehabilitation extern at the Center, and now she's taken on a new role through September. We're excited to have her as part of our team!


We caught Shannon for a photo while she was prepping Black Bear meals.

 

 

Do you know what to do if you find a baby squirrel in need?
This flow chart can help you make the right decisions when helping a baby squirrel. Read more about what to do for baby squirrels.

[Click to enlarge the flow chart.]

Oscar handed out the awards.
Earlier this month, we announced that Oscar the Hog-nosed Snake would be making selections for his own "Oscar Awards" in conjunction with the Academy Awards. Here is one of the winners! The rest will be shared on our Facebook page.





Buddy and Raina are traveling this weekend for a program at Wild Birds Unlimited in Midlothian. Reservations for the event filled up quickly. If you reserved a spot, we'll see you there!
Submit your favorite Critter Cam Moment screenshot and it could be included in our weekly newsletter!
E-mail screenshots and descriptions to edu@wildlifecenter.org
for a chance to be featured.
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