Posts Tagged ‘Pacific Wildlife Care’

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to all our Supporters, Members, and Volunteers (who are often one and the same)! We are delighted to be able to announce that with your help, our $75,000 Matching Funds Campaign was a success! Thank you so much! This means that in 2017 we will continue the important work we do in…

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Port San Luis – Problem Situation with Fish Cleaning Station

By Emily Miggins Recently, Pacific Wildlife Care and its volunteers have led the creation of a growing coalition of concerned residents and organizations including: Morro Coast Audubon Society, Santa Lucia Chapter of the Sierra Club, SLO Coastkeeper, and Willow Tree Wildlife who are urging The Port San Luis Harbor Commissioners to “clean up their act”…

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Be on the Lookout for Infected Band-tailed Pigeons

Band-tailed Pigeon

By Marcelle Bakula Reprinted from the Cambrian I am a volunteer at Pacific Wildlife Care along with many other Cambria residents. PWC is SLO County’s only licensed wildlife rehabilitation organization. There are two important things I wanted our community to be aware of at this time. First, there is an ongoing problem throughout California with…

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