Help Chintimini Wildlife Center Repair its Flight Cages.
A recent major winter storm in the Willamette Valley of Oregon had dire consequences for the Chintimini Wildlife Center. The storm dropped over a foot of snow on our wildlife rehabilitation flight cages. Two of these essential cages collapsed under the weight of the snow. One is (was) 30 feet long, the other 60 feet. These cages are invaluable to our rehabilitation efforts, and absolutely have to be replaced if we are going to be able to continue our work.
Last year was a record setting year with 1,311 animals admitted (3/4 of them birds), and we expect this year to be even busier, so we need to get these cages replaced or repaired by spring at the latest. We are reaching out to the community to ask for contributions to a fund to help us get these structures back in working order so that we can continue to provide care for Oregon’s injured and orphaned wildlife.
If you can’t donate (and even if you can), signal boosts are greatly appreciated!
To learn more about Chintimini Wildlife Center, visit them on the web! http://www.chintiminiwildlife.org/