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Creature Comfort: A Celebration of the Clinic
February 28, 2015 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pmFree
Celebrate the Wildlife Clinic—and the people who make it run. Meet the clinic’s staff and volunteers, and get a behind-the-scenes look at how the clinic operates, enjoying a live animal show of creatures rehabilitated by the clinic.
To comfort our creatures and help us prepare for the coming season, please bring surplus supplies like paper towels, bleach, trash bags, towels and rags, plus dog and/or cat food.
As Center members know so well, our wildlife clinic performs invaluable work as the only full-service wildlife rehabilitation center in a four-county area. Each year, more than 3,000 animals pour into the clinic, everything from gray squirrels to rare and endangered species like bald eagles and peregrine falcons.
Throughout 2015, the Schuylkill Center celebrates 50 years of connecting people and nature with a series of signature events, a time capsule, and chances for our community to join in marking this important milestone. This winter, celebrations begin with the Dick James Lecture and Creature Comfort.
Wondering what to bring?
Here’s what the clinic needs:
Toilet paper and tissues
Liquid Laundry Detergent
Bath towels (old or new)
Canned dog food (any flavor, please no lite or special diet)
Any dry dog food with chicken, beef or lamb as the first ingredient
Jarred Baby Food (fruit, vegetables or meat)
Canned or dry cat food
Pedialyte oral electrolyte solution, unflavored
Rolled gauze or Gauze Pads
Fleece cloths or receiving blankets
For those working at hospitals/veterinaries:
Hospital isolette incubators
1 cc syringes
Please let us know if you plan to come – space is limited.