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 Four hungry young Ravens calling for their parents.

Photos courtesy of ESWC

Living with wildlife advice from ESWC

Press release “Ravens raised babies in that nest last year,” reported a Highlands Mobile Home Community resident in a recent call to Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care. “Our tree needs to come down but we’re afraid there are eggs or babies in the nest. It’s too high to see into.” Concerned for the birds, and aware […]

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Orphaned cottontail rabbit with foster mom.

Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care to host volunteer orientation

Press release Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care, our community’s wildlife rehabilitation facility, needs volunteers. Volunteers play an important role in rehabilitating orphaned and injured wildlife and educating our community about local wildlife. Learn all about volunteer opportunities by attending our free Volunteer Orientation on Sunday, March 20, from 1-3 PM at the Imagination Lab, 621 W. Line, […]

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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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