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ESWC: Helping and caring for 20 years

Press release EASTERN SIERRA’S WILDLIFE REHAB CENTER GOING WILD!! For Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care, the year 2017 marks 20 years of caring for orphaned, injured and ill native wild birds and mammals. The local volunteer-driven non-profit had its beginning when ten-year rehab veteran Cindy Kamler moved into a space at Keough’s Hot Springs in 1995. […]

 
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Male Golden Eagle who was reunited with his mate after recovery.
Photo by Peggy Hankings

‘Wild Spirits’ fundraiser for Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care

Press release Mark your calendar for Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care’s Tenth Annual Wild Spirits fundraising event on Sunday, October 25th from 6-8 PM at Mountain Light Gallery. Join ESWC—the people who rescue, rehab and release injured wildlife—in celebrating over a decade of giving wildlife a second chance. You can also be a Wild Spirits sponsor […]

 
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This dispersing juvenile Ringtail wandered into an outbuilding at CalTrans.

ESWC: ‘Good Relations with Our Wild Neighbors’

– Press release Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care will hold a free workshop on “Good Relations with Our Wild Neighbors” on Wednesday, May 27, at The Imagination Lab, 621 W Line St (across from Dwayne’s), Suite 204 (upstairs). The 90-minute session will begin at 6:30 PM. Our prolonged drought is forcing an increasing number of wild […]

 
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Baby boom at wildlife center

– Press release “Combine a long drought and a heat wave with the fact that wild birds and mammals raise their broods and packs of babies during spring and summer and you’ve got a full house at any wildlife rehabilitation facility,” said Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care’s director and founder, Cindy Kamler. “Baby season,” as these […]

 
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Wildlife Care needs help

Spring is the time of year birds start to hatch and wildlife get in trouble on the highway. They are more active, and their collisions with vehicles go up too. The group that takes care of and rehabilitates wild animals who are injured and ill needs help of its own. Director of Eastern Sierra Wildlife […]

 
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ESWC Volunteer Orientation this Sunday

What role do volunteers play at Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care, our community’s wildlife rehabilitation facility? Learn all about volunteer opportunities by attending a free Orientation on Sunday, March 16 from 1-3 PM at ESWC’s Care Center at Keough’s Hot Springs. Call ESWC at 760-872-1487 to reserve a spot. Volunteers are vital to ESWC’s mission to […]

 
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Citizens pound Planning Commission to stop industrial solar and wind plans

  With passion and relentless opposition, an estimated 70 or more people objected to the Inyo County Planning Commission’s request for approval of a draft Renewable Energy Development General Plan Amendment. After more than three hours of virtually all public opposition, the Commission voted  to send the plan on to the Board of Supervisors amidst […]

 
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Groups help the wild and the tame

Local, non-profit groups that help save animals’ lives and relieve their suffering are in the news. First, the wild animals. Cindy Kamler’s Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care has scheduled a series of volunteer orientation sessions. The first one was Sunday and the next training session takes place April 7th from 1 to 4pm at Eastern Sierra […]

 
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