Pacific Wildlife Care—911 animal rescue and rehabilitation

Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer

by Tom Wilmer, March 27, 2017 aired on KCBX radio

Meg Crockett and Kathleen Dillon, board members of Pacific Wildlife Care based in Morro Bay, share insights about the organization’s mission and events surrounding the May 2017 30th anniversary celebration scheduled for May 13th in Mission Plaza San Luis Obispo.

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Pacific Wildlife Care is situated in a non-descript building behind the old PG&E power plant in Morro Bay, California. But, anywhere wounded or endangered wildlife are found on the Central Coast they are just a phone call away from rescue and rehabilitation. The organization rescues more than 3,000 wild animals, representing more than 200 different species annually. In conjunction with the non-profit organization’s 30th anniversary of rescue, rehabilitation, and community outreach, correspondent Tom Wilmer met with board members Meg Crockett and Kathleen Dillon where they went on a grand tour of the Pacific Wildlife facility.

Wild in the Plaza–honoring Pacific Wildlife Care’s 30th anniversary will take place in the Mission Plaza, downtown San Luis Obispo, May 13th from noon to 4 p.m.

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